One of Nature's Most Amazing Sights
From: Aerial America: Wyoming
- 2m 36s
One of Yellowstone's most popular attractions, the Grand Prismatic Spring is home to some of the earliest forms of life on Earth.
Roswell's Bizarre Aircraft Boneyard
From: Aerial America
- 2m 12s
This ordinary small town holds extraordinary significance for aviation: it's home to Elvis' private jet, an airplane demolition yard, and the most famous aircraft that no one's ever seen.
Utah's Otherworldly Landscapes
From: Aerial America: Utah
- 2m 16s
Despite its dry desert landscapes, Utah is a land of endless surprises, and Glen Canyon is one of them, rivaling Arizona's Grand Canyon for sheer majesty.
The Strikingly Unusual Clingstone Mansion
From: Aerial America: Rhode Island
- 1m 10s
J.S. Lovering Wharton built this house on a rock off the coast of Rhode Island because, as legend has it, he wanted a place where no one could bother him.
A Secret Refuge for Elk Thought to Be Extinct
From: Aerial America: Wilderness
- 2m 6s
As many as 500,000 tule elk once roamed the coast of California, but they were hunted to extinction in the mid-1860s. Or so we thought...
Anything but Humble: Hearst Castle
From: Aerial America: California
- 3m 19s
Fly over the mansion William Randolph Hearst built and George Bernard Shaw deemed, "The place God would've built if he had the money."
Mount Rushmore Was Supposed to Look Very Different
From: Aerial America: The Dakotas
- 3m 52s
It took more than 14 years for Mount Rushmore to be completed. During it's construction, unstable stone forced the the sculptor to dynamite Jefferson's original face.
Why Anchorage Is a Winter Sports Playground
- 2m 56s
Dog-sledding in public parks, a furry winter festival, and a playful take on the Running of the Bulls are just a few ways Anchorage residents celebrate their incredibly frosty home.
Why Few Survive a Climb Up Alaska's Frigid Denali
- 2m 35s
For many climbers, Mt. McKinley presents the alluring chance to reach the top of our continent. But the dangers involved in doing so are very real and sometimes very sudden.
A Volcano 10 Times More Forceful than Mount St. Helens
- 3m 1s
There are 50 active volcanoes in Alaska, two of which blow their tops every year. But nothing compares to the 15 cubic kilometers of magma that spewed from this volcano in 1912.
How Much Salmon Can a Kodiak Bear Devour?
- 1m 24s
Separated from their mainland cousins for 10,000 years, kodiak bears have become the largest subspecies of brown bear on Earth. Here's what it takes to feed them.
Florida's Forgotten Coast
From: Aerial America: Florida
- 2m 17s
The white beaches on the Florida Panhandle make up what's known as Florida's forgotten coast; its sandy beaches and natural beauty have remained trapped in time.
The Reason Why DC Is Between Maryland and Virginia
From: Aerial America: Washington, DC
- 3m 12s
As everyone knows, Washington, D.C. is named after the first U.S. president. But do you know how he chose its location?
Where to Find Vampires in America
From: Aerial America: Beyond Hollywood
- 1m 51s
The tiny town of Forks, Washington became known for its teenage vampires thanks to Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series. And HBO's True Blood established Natchez, Mississippi as another vampire haven.
Insane Views of the USA in a Minute
- 1m 10s
America is one of the most breathtaking and diverse geographical places on Earth. From monuments to mountains and canyons to coastlines, take a speedy aerial tour through our country's most stunning sites.
On the Shores of the Great Lakes
From: Aerial America: Michigan
- 2m 15s
Surrounded by four of America's Great Lakes, Michigan has more freshwater shoreline than any other state. Each of its shores has its own unique landscape, from forests, to beaches, to giant walls of sand.
Evel Knievel's Famous Snake River Canyon Jump
From: Aerial America: Idaho
- 2m 30s
On September 8th, 1974, famous daredevil Evel Knievel climbed into a steam-powered rocket and attempted to blast across Idaho's Snake River Canyon.
The Hare Krishna Palace of Gold
From: Aerial America: West Virginia
- 1m 51s
Set in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia, New Vrindaban is home to the largest Hare Krishna community in America. It's also known as "America's Taj Mahal."
This Impressive Idaho Waterfall Is Taller Than Niagara
From: Aerial America: Idaho
- 2m 23s
If you think Niagara Falls is breathtaking, wait until you experience Idaho's Shoshone Falls, the "Niagara of the West."
The Surprising Link Between the Grand Canyon and Ancient Egypt
From: Aerial America: Arizona
- 1m 2s
For centuries, travelers have visited popular Grand Canyon monuments like the Osiris Tower and the Temple of Ra. But where do these ancient Egyptian names come from?
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Grab your ticket for a scenic cross-country flight, from the mountains to the prairies, and from sea to shining sea.