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canyon British & World English

A deep gorge, typically one with a river flowing through it, as found in North America

box canyon British & World English

A narrow canyon with a flat bottom and vertical walls

Bryce Canyon British & World English

A region in south central Utah, site of a national park noted for spectacular rock formations

Waimea Canyon British & World English

A deep canyon in western Kauai Island in Hawaii. Also called Grand Canyon of the Pacific

Grand Canyon British & World English

A deep gorge in Arizona, formed by the Colorado River. It is about 440 km (277 miles) long, 8 to 24 km (5 to 15 miles) wide, and, in places, 1,800 m (6,000 ft) deep. The area was designated a national park in 1919

Hell's Canyon British & World English

A chasm in Idaho, cut by the Snake River and forming the deepest gorge in the US. Flanked by the Seven Devils Mountains, the canyon drops to a depth of 2,433 m (7,900 ft)

Canyon de Chelly British & World English

A national monument in northeastern Arizona, on the Navajo Indian Reservation, noted for cliff dwellings and other ruins

Grand Canyon State British & World English

Informal name for Arizona.

Kings Canyon National Park British & World English

A national park in the Sierra Nevada, California, to the north of Sequoia National Park. Established in 1940, it preserves groves of ancient sequoia trees, including some of the largest in the world

Grand Canyon of the Pacific in Waimea Canyon British & World English

A deep canyon in western Kauai Island in Hawaii. Also called Grand Canyon of the Pacific

Grand Canyon of the Arkansas in Royal Gorge British & World English

A steep defile on the Arkansas River in south central Colorado, near Cañon City, a noted tourist attraction. Also called Grand Canyon of the Arkansas

canyon English-Spanish

cañón masculine

Grand Canyon English-Spanish

the Grand Canyon

the Grand Canyon in Grand Canyon English-Spanish

el Cañón del Colorado