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Englemann Canyon

Englemann Canyon is a valley along Ruxton Creek, in Manitou Springs, El Paso County, Colorado. It is one of three canyons in Manitou Springs, the others are Ute Pass and Williams Canyon.

                                               

Fourmile Canyon (Fremont County, Colorado)

Fourmile Canyon or Four Mile Canyon is a canyon carved by Fourmile Creek. It is located north of Canon City in Fremont County, Colorado. The associated Fourmile Creek or Four Mile Creek is a tributary of the Arkansas River. The confluence with th ...

                                               

Kannah Creek

Kannah Creek is a watershed that descends from the top of the Grand Mesa west southwest, where it meets the Gunnison River about 25 miles south of Grand Junction, Colorado. It offers many recreational opportunities, irrigation, and is an importan ...

                                               

Phantom Canyon (Fort Collins Area)

Phantom Canyon is a canyon located in Colorado, in the Western United States. It is in the Laramie Foothills region of Colorado, near Fort Collins. It is formed by the North Fork of the Cache la Poudre River. It is one of the only canyons in the ...

                                               

Platte Canyon

The Platte Canyon is a deep, narrow, scenic gorge on the South Platte River in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. The canyon is southwest of Denver on the border between Jefferson and Douglas counties. The canyon is at the entrance to the mountains ...

                                               

South Cheyenne Cañon

South Cheyenne Cañon, or South Cheyenne Canyon, is a canyon in Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado. The South Cheyenne Cañon road to Seven Falls is called "The Grandest Mile of Scenery" in Colorado. Seven Falls has been a tourist attractio ...

                                               

Black Magic Canyon

Black Magic Canyon is a small canyon located north of Shoshone, Idaho along Idaho State Highway 75. It was created by the Big Wood River over the last 10.000 years. The river carved this canyon through 800.000-year-old basalt lava flows leaving s ...

                                               

Cedar Creek Canyon (Indiana)

Cedar Creek Canyon, also called simply Cedar Canyon, is a topographical feature located in Allen County, Indiana. It is a very straight, narrow gorge about 50 to 100 feet deep that contains part of the lower segment of Cedar Creek, the largest tr ...

                                               

Bootleg Canyon

                                               

Rainbow Canyon (Nevada)

Rainbow Canyon is a canyon located in Lincoln County, Nevada. It is also the location of the Rainbow Canyon Rock Art Site, which contains paintings that are around 10.000 years old.

                                               

Wilson Canyon

Wilson Canyon is a gorge cut by the Walker River through a series of volcanic cliffs. The canyon is located 13 miles west of Yerington, along Nevada State Route 208. It is managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.

                                               

Boonton Gorge

The Boonton Gorge is a river gorge in Boonton, New Jersey where the Rockaway River drops over several waterfalls, and travels for slightly over a mile before emptying into the Jersey City Reservoir.

                                               

Elephant Butte Canyon

Elephant Butte Canyon or Lawhorn Canyon is a canyon in the Animas Mountains of Hidalgo County, New Mexico. Its stream is a tributary of Walnut Creek. Its mouth is located at elevation 5.535 feet / 1.687 feet at its confluence with Walnut Creek, j ...

                                               

Red Canyon (Caballo Mountains)

Red Canyon is a canyon in the Caballo Mountains in Sierra County, New Mexico. The canyon has its head on the west slope of the mountains at 33°00′05″N 107°09′51″W. It descends westward to its mouth where the canyon emerges from the mountains near ...

                                               

Tijeras Canyon

Tijeras Canyon is a prominent canyon in the central part of the U.S. state of New Mexico. It separates the Sandia Mountains to the north from the Manzano Mountains to the south. Elevations along the bottom of the canyon range from 5.600 feet to 7 ...

                                               

Fall Brook Gorge

Fall Brook Gorge is located in the Town of Geneseo in Livingston County, New York, outside the Village of Geneseo. It is an excellent example of Upper and Middle Devonian rock formations. It was designated a National Natural Landmark in January 1 ...

                                               

Wintergreen Gorge

Wintergreen Gorge is a canyon located in Harborcreek Township, Erie County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The canyon is 3.980 feet long and is situated along Fourmile Creek and is also directly next to the campus of Penn State Erie. It is 250 ...

                                               

Box Elder Canyon (Box Elder County, Utah)

Box Elder Canyon is a canyon located within the western slopes of the Wellsville Mountains, a branch of the Wasatch Range of the Rocky Mountains in the State of Utah, United States.

                                               

Harkers Canyon (Salt Lake County, Utah)

Harkers Canyon is located 20 km west-southwest of downtown Salt Lake City, in Salt Lake County, Utah, USA. The canyon empties into the Salt Lake Valley from its origin in the Oquirrh Mountains. The canyon is oriented primarily from southwest to n ...

                                               

Padre Canyon

Padre Canyon is adjacent to Red Mountain in Ivins, Utah, USA, featuring a 3 sided canyon and scenic sentinels carved from the red Navajo Sandstone. Padre Canyon is at the merging of three great ecosystems, the Mojave Desert, the Colorado Plateau ...

                                               

Price Canyon

                                               

Goblins Gate

Goblins Gate, or Goblin Gates, is a narrow gorge, about 20 feet across, on the Elwha River in the U.S. state of Washington. It is located in Olympic National Park where the Elwha River enters Rica Canyon, 8.9 kilometres east-southeast of Olympic ...

                                               

Harker Canyon (Washington)

Harker Canyon is formed by a tributary of the Spokane River, where it forms the Spokane Arm of Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake, in Lincoln County, Washington, United States. A small portion of the canyon where it empties into the Spokane River is part ...

                                               

Little Grand Canyon of the Toutle

                                               

Cheat Canyon

Cheat Canyon - also called Cheat River Canyon or Cheat River Gorge - is a 10-mile long, forested canyon of the Cheat River at the western edge of the Allegheny Mountains in northeastern West Virginia, United States. A popular whitewater venue, fo ...

                                               

Rock Gap, West Virginia

Rock Gap is an unincorporated community along Valley Road in Morgan County, West Virginia, United States. It is located between Omps to its south and Berkeley Springs to its north. Situated between Warm Springs Ridge to its west and Timber Ridge ...

                                               

The Trough

The Trough is a 6-mile long wooded gorge carved by the South Branch Potomac River and situated in the Allegheny Mountains of Hampshire and Hardy Counties, West Virginia, USA. The area was the site of a 1756 skirmish of the French and Indian War, ...

                                               

Twisted Gun Gap

Twisted Gun Gap) is a gap in the U.S. state of West Virginia. According to tradition, Twisted Gun Gap was named from an incident when a trapped pioneer twisted his gun to render it useless to the Indians.

                                               

Canyons of the Teton Range

The canyons of the Teton Range lie almost entirely within Grand Teton National Park in the U.S. state of Wyoming. Ranging from 9 miles to less than 1 mile in length and up to 6.000 feet deep, the canyons were carved primarily by glaciers over the ...

                                               

Red Canyon (Fremont County, Wyoming)

Red Canyon is a canyon located in Fremont County, Wyoming in the United States of America. The uplift of the nearby Wind River Range 60 million years ago exposed sedimentary rocks that were eroded by streams. The canyon exposes a number of geolog ...

                                               

Canyons and gorges of Teton County, Wyoming

                                               

Cave of the Bells

Cave of the Bells is located in Sawmill Canyon on the eastern slopes of the Santa Rita Mountains. The cave contains a lake which is 80 meters below the entrance level. The lake has been measured at 76 °F and is believed to be warmed by sources be ...

                                               

Skeleton Cave (Arizona)

Skeleton Cave is a cave in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States. The cave is within the Salt River Canyon Wilderness and is located on the northern wall of the Salt River Canyon near the Horse Mesa Dam. It was the site of the 1872 massacre of ...

                                               

Wonderland Cave

Wonderland Cave is the largest cave in northwestern Arkansas. It is located on Dartmoor Road in Bella Vista, northeast of Bella Vista Lake and east of United States Route 71. The cave was first developed in the 1920s, and transformed into a night ...

                                               

Spring Cave

Spring Cave is a large, not completely explored cave in Colorado in the White River National Forest, in the South Fork Valley of the White River, that has been largely cut out by an underground river running through it. It contains a lake several ...

                                               

Beaver Valley Rock Shelter Site

The Beaver Valley Rock Shelter Site is the only documented cave in the US state of Delaware. It is located in New Castle County near Wilmington and the state line with Pennsylvania. Up until the mid-twentieth century and despite ample historical ...

                                               

Devils Den Cave

Devils Den is formed by a karst window, in which the roof over a subterranean river has collapsed, exposing the water to the open surface, near Williston, Florida. It is privately owned, and operated as a SCUBA diving training and recreational fa ...

                                               

Wakulla Springs

Wakulla Springs is located 14 miles south of Tallahassee, Florida and 5 miles east of Crawfordville in Wakulla County, Florida at the crossroads of State Road 61 and State Road 267. It is protected in the Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park.

                                               

Warrens Cave

Warrens Cave is a dry karst cave in Alachua County, Florida. It is the longest dry cave in Florida, with more than 4 miles of mapped passages. The cave is located on the margin of the Cody Scarp near the San Felasco Hammock Preserve State Park, n ...

                                               

Ellisons Cave

Ellisons Cave is a pit cave located in Walker County, on Pigeon Mountain in the Appalachian Plateaus of Northwest Georgia. It is the 12th deepest cave in the United States and features the deepest, unobstructed pit in the continental US named Fan ...

                                               

Pettyjohn Cave

Pettyjohn Cave is a karst cave located in Walker County, Georgia on the east side Pigeon Mountain in the Appalachian Plateau of Northwest Georgia. It has a surveyed length of 31.490 ft and reaches a depth of 235 ft. The cave is accessible via a p ...

                                               

Buckner Cave

Buckner Cave is located in the karst topography of the Crawford Upland in Monroe County, Indiana, United States just outside Bloomington. The cave contains approximately 3 miles of known passage. It is managed by the Richard Blenz Nature Conserva ...

                                               

Indiana Caverns

The Indiana Caverns portion of Binkley Cave is almost entirely located in St. Louis Limestone, which is a thinly bedded limestone of Mississippian origin. St. Louis Limestone includes beds of chert and shale the chert is showcased on the tour. Br ...

                                               

Shawnee Cave

Shawnee Cave is located in Spring Mill State Park in the state of Indiana. Access to the cave is controlled by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Shawnee Cave is the last of three underground passages, totaling just over 8.000 feet, of ...

                                               

Glovers Cave

Glovers Cave is a naturally formed cave in southern Todd County, Kentucky. Over 3.2 km of the cave have been surveyed. The cave was used for many purposes since its discovery by native Indians. It has been found that Native Americans were inhabit ...

                                               

Goochland Cave

Goochland Cave is the longest known cave in Rockcastle County, Kentucky. It has a length of 11.18 miles. Goochland is located in Daniel Boone National Forest and is named on USGS Topo maps. The cave is subject to flash flooding. It has 3 known en ...

                                               

Great Saltpetre Cave

The Great Saltpetre Cave is a notable limestone cave located in Rockcastle County in southeastern Kentucky. During the War of 1812, it served as an important source of saltpeter, a vital component of gunpowder. Robert Baker discovered the cave in ...

                                               

Oligo-Nunk Cave System

Until the early 1900s, the C & O railway operated the cave system as a profitable tourist venture. The company had in service multiple trains weekly and special trains that were running to the community of Carter, Kentucky for the sole purpose of ...

                                               

Hendrie River

The river flows through the Hendrie River Water Cave, forming the longest cave in Michigan, at 1500 feet. A stream exits from the cave to form the west branch of the Hendrie river. This cave is managed by the Michigan Karst Conservancy. A permit ...

                                               

Bluff Dwellers Cave

Bluff Dwellers Cave is a show cave located just south of Noel, Missouri that was discovered in 1925 and opened to the public in 1927. The cave was formed in the Pierson Limestone during the Paleozoic Era. The caves passages total over 4.000 ft in ...

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