<p>A climber scales a route in <a href="https://www.nps.gov/liri/index.htm" target="_blank">Little River Canyon</a>. Reaching depths of more than 600 feet, Little River Canyon is a magnificent sandstone formation near Fort Payne, <a href="http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/united-states/alabama-guide/" target="_blank">Alabama</a>, and one of the deepest canyon systems east of the Mississippi River.</p>

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A climber scales a route in Little River Canyon. Reaching depths of more than 600 feet, Little River Canyon is a magnificent sandstone formation near Fort Payne, Alabama, and one of the deepest canyon systems east of the Mississippi River.

Photograph by Andrew Kornylak, Alabama

50 Adventures in 50 States

From hiking volcanic cliffs to racing down snow-capped mountains, take a look at the greatest adventures across the country.

Adventure enthusiasts from all over the world travel to the United States to explore stunning national parks, trek iconic trails, and immerse themselves in America’s vast wilderness.

Each state has its own unique landscape, packed with outdoor activities for every skill level. Adventurers can kayak the crystal waters of Lake Superior in Michigan or trek through Idaho's towering Sawtooth Mountains. Whether it's hiking, climbing, biking, skiing, paddling, or camping, find your next great American adventure.

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