Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Denver

Denver, Colorado

featuring Chris Botti's "Regroovable"
Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Denver

Denver, Colorado originated as a mining settlement in the mid-1800s. Since its location was determined by gold prospects, it is one of the few cities in history to be founded away from existing transportation routes or bodies of water. Today, … Continue reading


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Old Point Loma Lighthouse

featuring Walter Beasley's "The Call"
Old Point Loma Light

Point Loma Lighthouse, first lit in 1855, was built at the top of a 422-foot hill overlooking San Diego Bay. The height of the light was supposed to make it a clearly visible signal, but it was actually too high. … Continue reading


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Crater Lake National Park

featuring David Benoit's "Never Can Say Goodbye"
Crater Lake, Oregon

Oregon’s Crater Lake National Park is spectacular in every sense. The deepest lake in the United States, Crater Lake’s grandeur is enhanced by steep cliffs, hundreds of feet high, surrounding it on all sides. The still, blue water of the … Continue reading


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Split Rock Lighthouse

featuring Ken Navarro's "Compassion"
Split Rock Lighthouse, Minnesota

Built in 1910, Split Rock Lighthouse is one of the most distinctive features on the Minnesota coast. Sitting atop a 602-foot cliff, the light can be seen for 22 miles and aided Lake Superior ships until it was decommissioned in … Continue reading


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Bryce Canyon National Park

featuring Gregg Karukas' "Simone"
Bryce Canyon National Park

The western part of the United States is filled with many fascinating landscapes, but Bryce Canyon National Park is particularly unique. Carved by rain and frost wedging in the limestone of Utah’s Claron Formation, this stunning landscape is known for … Continue reading


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Mendocino Cliffs, California

featuring Alexander Zonjic's "Oblivion"
Mendocino, California cliffs

Despite its population of less than one thousand people, Mendocino, California has made a name for itself as a destination for relaxation and culture. The community’s Pacific Ocean coast features the Mendocino headlands– steep cliffs and rocky landforms protruding from … Continue reading


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Yosemite National Park

featuring Ronny Jordan's "7th Heaven"
Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park needs no introduction to naturalists and anyone who appreciates breathtaking scenery. Established as a national park in 1890, Yosemite Valley is a spectacular showcase of geology and ecology. The unique terrain of Yosemite National Park is the … Continue reading


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Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

featuring Halcyon Shore's "Foothill Falls"
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

There are few landscapes as dramatic as the American West, and few drives as stunning as Utah’s Scenic Byway 12. Passing through many of Utah’s natural wonders, the United States Government has designated Route 12 an “All-American Road” for its … Continue reading


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