The russet spires and crags of PinnaclesNational Monument, south of the San Francisco Bay area, provide an ideal sanctuary, both for people and birds of prey. Learn more about Pinnacles National Monument.
Mount Rushmore is a colossal memorial in the Black Hills of South Dakota. The work of gifted sculptor Gutzon Borglum it was to become the world's largest mountain sculpture. See more »
The White House is perhaps the most famous residence in the world. It's a massive building with a pretty checkered history -- would you expect any less from a place that's housed every president since 1800 and is thought to be one of the most haunted buildings in the country? See more »
Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve is made up of 586000 acres of pristine Alaska wilderness. Still considered active Aniakchak is a volcanic area on which visitors can hike climb and explore the caldera's windswept plains cinder cones and lava fields. See more »