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Aurora Glacier (Alaska)

Aurora Glacier is a 4-mile long glacier in the U.S. state of Alaska. It heads east of July Fourth Mountain and trends northwest to an icefield between the heads of Reid and Brady Glaciers in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, 61 miles northw ...

                                               

Carroll Glacier

Carroll Glacier is a 15-mile-long glacier located in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. It begins near the Alaska-Canada border and continues southeast to its 1950 terminus, 1 mile north of Queens Inlet, 71 miles ...

                                               

Casement Glacier

Casement Glacier is a 14 miles long glacier in the Glacier Bay National Park in Alaska. It was named in 1890 by Harry Fielding Reid in honour of R.L. Casement, member of Reid expedition on SS George W. Elder. Back then Casement Glacier was first ...

                                               

Clark Glacier (Alaska)

Clark Glacier is an 8-mile long glacier located on Mount Abbe in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. It leads northwest to its 1961 terminus at the head of Johns Hopkins Inlet, 78 mi northwest of Hoonah, Alaska. It ...

                                               

Mount Crillon

Mount Crillon is a high peak of the Fairweather Range, the southernmost part of the Saint Elias Mountains. It lies southeast of Mount Fairweather, in the promontory between the Gulf of Alaska and Glacier Bay. It is included in Glacier Bay Nationa ...

                                               

Fairweather Glacier

Fairweather Glacier is a 19-mile-long glacier in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. It begins on the west slope of Mount Salisbury and continues west to its 1961 terminus 0.2 miles east of Cape Fairweather, 100 mi ...

                                               

Glacier Bay Basin

Glacier Bay Basin in southeastern Alaska, in the United States, encompasses the Glacier Bay and surrounding mountains and glaciers, which was first proclaimed a U.S. National Monument on February 25, 1925, and which was later, on December 2, 1980 ...

                                               

Lamplugh Glacier

Lamplugh Glacier is an 8-mile-long glacier located in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. It leads north to its 1961 terminus in Johns Hopkins Inlet, 1.4 miles west of Ptarmigan Creek and 76 miles northwest of Hoon ...

                                               

Lester Island

Lester Island is located on the west side of Bartlett Cove and the Bartlett River, east of Young Island. The Glacier Bay park office and lodge is located on the east shore of the mainland across from the island and is 10 miles by road from Gustavus.

                                               

Lituya Glacier

Lituya Glacier is a tidewater glacier in the U.S. state of Alaska. Located at 58°43′25″N 137°29′33″W inside Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, its source is in the Fairweather Range and it feeds into Lituya Bay on the gulf coast of Southeast ...

                                               

Muir Glacier

Muir Glacier is a glacier in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. It is currently about 0.7 km wide at the terminus. As recently as the mid-1980s the glacier was a tidewater glacier and calved icebergs from a wall o ...

                                               

Reid Glacier

Reid Glacier is an 11-mile-long glacier in the U.S. state of Alaska. It trends north to Reid Inlet in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, two miles south of Glacier Bay and 72 miles northwest of Hoonah. It was named by members of the Harriman ...

                                               

Riggs Glacier

Riggs Glacier is a glacier in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska. It begins on the southern slope of the Takhinsha Mountains, 6 km southeast of Mount Harris and flows south-southeast to the head of Muir Inlet, 69 k ...

                                               

Golden Gate Park Music Concourse

                                               

Park Presidio Boulevard

Park Presidio Boulevard is a road and park in San Francisco, California which connects Golden Gate Park to the Presidio of San Francisco. It carries California State Route 1 along its entire route. Runs on crossover drive near John F. Kennedy dri ...

                                               

Strybing Arboretum

                                               

Excalibur (Arizona)

Excalibur is a formation on the north rim of the Grand Canyon in Coconino County, Arizona. It was named by cartographer and geologist François E. Matthes in 1908 for Excalibur, the legendary sword of King Arthur which was given to him by the Lady ...

                                               

Horace M. Albright Training Center

                                               

North Rim, Arizona

North Rim is a populated place in Coconino County, Arizona, United States. It is located adjacent to the Grand Canyon within Grand Canyon National Park. The area includes a visitor center, Grand Canyon Lodge and a number of Hiking trails, includi ...

                                               

Forgotten Winchester

The Forgotten Winchester is a Winchester Model 1873 rifle that archaeologists discovered in 2014 leaning against a juniper tree in Great Basin National Park in Nevada. The gun was manufactured in 1882, but nothing is known of its abandonment. The ...

                                               

Lehman Orchard and Aqueduct

The Lehman Orchard and Aqueduct were established by Absalom Lehman, the discoverer of Lehman Caves in what would become Great Basin National Park in eastern Nevada. Lehmans orchard covered more than 7 acres, with about 40 apricot, pear, peach, cr ...

                                               

Wheeler Peak Glacier

Wheeler Peak Glacier is a glacier situated at the base of Wheeler Peak within Great Basin National Park in the U.S. state of Nevada. It has been called the southernmost glacier in the Northern Hemisphere but is much further north than Mount Evere ...

                                               

Indian Grove (Mosca, Colorado)

Indian Grove is an archaeological site consisting of a grove of 72 mature Ponderosa Pine trees located within Great Sand Dunes National Park & Preserve in Saguache County, Colorado, near Mosca, Colorado. The grove is of interest because sections ...

                                               

Luis Maria Baca Grant No. 4

The Luis Maria Baca Grant No. 4, south of Crestone, Colorado, was a large land grant made in 1860 by the United States to the heirs of the original Vegas Grandes Grant at Las Vegas, New Mexico. Title to the grant at Las Vegas was clouded by a sec ...

                                               

Brushy Canyon Formation

The Brushy Canyon Formation is a Permian geologic unit in Guadalupe Mountains National Park. The formation contains fan sandstones that were deposited under ancient seawater during the Middle Permian. These rocks contain abundant fish fossils lik ...

                                               

El Capitan (Texas)

El Capitan is a peak in Culberson County, Texas, located within Guadalupe Mountains National Park. The 10th-highest peak in Texas at 8.085 ft, El Capitan is part of the Guadalupe Mountains, an exposed portion of a Permian period reef uplifted and ...

                                               

Guadalupe Pass (Texas)

Guadalupe Pass is a mountain pass in Culberson County, Texas. It is located in the Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas and is traversed by U.S. Highway 62-180 connecting El Paso, Texas with Carlsbad, New Mexico.

                                               

Haleakala Trail

The Haleakalā Trail is the historic public access route to Haleakalā Crater and the summit of Haleakalā, which are now part of Haleakalā National Park.

                                               

Arden Valley Road

Arden Valley Road is a scenic road located in Southfields, New York, in the United States, that travels through Harriman State Park and is owned by the Palisades Interstate Park Commission. At 5.2 miles long, it begins at New York State Route 17 ...

                                               

Blue Disc Trail (Harriman State Park)

The Blue Disc Trail is a marked trail in Harriman State Park, New York, United States. The trail is 2.8 miles long, connecting Johnsontown Road to the Ramapo-Dunderberg and Victory Trails. The blaze of the trail is a white blaze with a blue dot o ...

                                               

County Route 97 (Rockland County, New York)

                                               

County Route 106 (Orange County, New York)

County Route 106 in the county of Orange County, New York was a continuation of two routes, New York State Route 17A at its western terminus and Rockland CR 106 at the eastern terminus. Route 106 began at an intersection with NY 17A and its paren ...

                                               

County Route 106 (Rockland County, New York)

County Route 106 is a 7.8-mile east–west county route in Rockland County, New York, in the United States. It serves as an eastward continuation of Kanawauke Road, extending from the Orange County line to U.S. Route 9W and US 202 in Stony Point vi ...

                                               

Lake Kanawauke

Lake Kanawauke is a primarily man-made lake in Harriman State Park. The name is Onondaga in origin, and means "place of much water". There are three parts to the lake, lower, middle and upper, the total area is 186 acres. It is located in the Tow ...

                                               

Lake Sebago

At 310 acres, Lake Sebago is the largest lake in Harriman State Park in the U.S. state of New York. The name is Algonquian for "big water". Operated by the Palisades Interstate Park Commission, Lake Sebago is surrounded by picnic lawns and play f ...

                                               

Lake Tiorati

Lake Tiorati is one of the seven main lakes in Harriman State Park, located in Orange County, New York. It is a man-made lake, created by dredging swampland and constructing a concrete dam. The name Tiorati means "Blue like Sky".Its name is the A ...

                                               

Lake Welch Parkway

Lake Welch Parkway, sometimes labeled Lake Welch Drive, is a scenic road located within Harriman State Park in southern New York in the United States. It extends for 5.60 miles on a southwest–northeast alignment from an intersection with Seven La ...

                                               

Lemon squeezer (rock formation)

The Lemon Squeezer is an unusual rock formation in Harriman State Park, New York. It is located at the intersection of the Appalachian Trail and the Arden-Surebridge Trail, near the base of Island Pond Mountain in the town of Tuxedo. The trail fi ...

                                               

Sandyfield, New York

Sandyfield was a settlement of about 30 houses in the Town of Ramapo in Rockland County, New York, USA, that was submerged when swampy Beaver Pond was dammed to create 216-acre Lake Welch in Harriman State Park by the Palisades Interstate Park Co ...

                                               

Tiorati Brook Road

Tiorati Brook Road is a scenic road located within Harriman State Park in southern New York in the United States. The highway extends for 3.6 miles between Tiorati Circle, a traffic circle connecting Tiorati Brook Road to Seven Lakes Drive in Ora ...

                                               

U.S. Route 6 in New York

U.S. Route 6 in New York is a 77.85-mile stretch of cross-country route that spans from the Pennsylvania state line at Port Jervis to the Connecticut state line east of Brewster. Near both ends it runs in close proximity to Interstate 84, which o ...

                                               

U.S. Route 202 in New York

U.S. Route 202 is a part of the U.S. Highway System that runs from New Castle, Delaware, to Bangor, Maine. In the U.S. state of New York, US 202 extends 55.57 miles from the New Jersey state line near Suffern to the Connecticut state line east of ...

                                               

Devastation Trail

Devastation Trail is a trail in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The paved trail allows visitors to explore the site of 1959 eruption of Kīlauea Iki crater.

                                               

Independence Mall (Philadelphia)

Independence Mall is a three-block section of Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It lies directly north of Independence Hall, and is bounded by Chestnut, Race, 5th and 6th Streets. The south block is called the F ...

                                               

Washington Square (Philadelphia)

Washington Square, originally designated in 1682 as Southeast Square, is a 6.4 acres open-space park in Center City Philadelphias southeast quadrant and one of the five original planned squares laid out on the city grid by William Penns surveyor, ...

                                               

Amygdaloid Island

Amygdaloid Island is an island in Lake Superior off the northeastern shore of Isle Royale. It is within the boundary of Isle Royale National Park, a national park located within the U.S. state of Michigan. The island is protected and patrolled by ...

                                               

List of fish of Isle Royale National Park

Creek chub, Semotilus atromaculatus. Fathead minnow, Pimephales promelas promelas. Mimic shiner, Notropis volucellus. Blacknose shiner, Notropis heterolepis regalis. Northern redbelly dace, Phoxinus eos. Longnose dace, Rhinichthys cataractae. Bra ...

                                               

Washington Island (Michigan)

Washington Island is an uninhabited island in Lake Superior. It is within the boundary of Keweenaw County and Isle Royale National Park, a national park located within the U.S. state of Michigan. It is the westernmost point marked on most maps of ...

                                               

Philosophers Way, San Francisco

Philosophers Way, San Francisco is a 2.7-mile loop trail around the perimeter of John McLaren Park created by artists Peter Richards and Susan Schwartzenberg, staff artists at the Exploratorium. The trail, dedicated on January 5, 2013, is the fir ...

                                               

Cow Camp

Cow Camp, located in Joshua Tree National Park, was associated with cattle rustling in the 1880s and 1890s. It was then later used as a line camp for cattle ranching. A stone chimney, two small dams, watering troughs and a well remain. One dam wa ...

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