10 Record Setting Attractions in the United States

Ritu Kanwar Bhati            Nov. 28, 2022


Missouri River – Longest river in the U.S.

At in excess of 2,341 miles, Missouri Stream is the longest waterway in North America.


Hells Canyon – Deepest canyon in North America

The Stupendous Ravine in Arizona might be huge, flaunting almost 277 stream miles long


Northwest Angle – Northernmost point in the continental U.S.

Northwest Point Bay in Minnesota, close to the Ontario line, is a piece of the northern Pool of the Forest Province, Minnesota.


Yuma, Arizona – The sunniest place in the world

As per the Public Climatic Server farm, It is the driest, sunniest city and the most un-sticky spot in the US.


Rainbow Bridge – Tallest natural bridge in the U.S.

The amazing natural structure at Rainbow Bridge National Monument in southern Utah is often described as the world’s highest natural bridge. 


Mount McKinley – Highest mountain in North America 

Mount McKinley is the highest mountain peak in North America, with 20,237 feet above sea level.  


Mauna Kea – World’s tallest mountain 

Mauna Kea is the highest point in the U.S. state of Hawaii, standing 13,803 ft above sea level. 


Death Valley – Lowest and hottest spot in the U.S.

it is the lowest (282 feet below sea level) and driest area in North America. Death Valley is currently the hottest place in the world.  


General Sherman – Largest living tree in the world

The General Sherman is not only the largest giant sequoia, but it is also the world’s biggest living tree.    


Crater Lake – The Deepest lake in the U.S.

The lake formed by the collapse of the volcano Mount Mazama more than 7,700 years ago.      

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