Oklahoma's Strangest Scenery
From: Aerial America: Oklahoma
Sand dunes, salt plains, and toxic soils: the vast "deserts" of Oklahoma are more than unusual.
How a Western Legend Put Utah on the Film Map
From: Aerial America: Utah
- 2m 43s
The Sundance Film Festival kicks off every January in Park City, Utah - it's now one of the largest independent film festivals in the world.
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.
If You're a Thrill-Seeker, You Need to Visit This Place
- 2m 50s
From bungee jumping off the Royal Gorge Bridge to trekking up Pike's Peak on the Cog Railway, Colorado is the ultimate vacation destination for adventurers everywhere.
How the 726-Foot-Tall Hoover Dam Was Built Ahead of Schedule
From: Aerial America: Nevada
- 3m 27s
The world's biggest dam at the time of its construction, Hoover Dam solved the problem of the overflowing Colorado river with sleek design and brilliant American engineering.
How Avery Island Became a Refuge for Birds
- 2m 59s
Fearing that Louisiana's snowy egret was on the verge of extinction, Edward Ned McIlhenny founded the Bird City wildfowl refuge on Avery Island in 1895.
The Best Rock Pillar for Sport Climbing
From: Aerial America: Oregon
- 2m 10s
First conquered in 1992, the climb up the east side of a 300-foot rock pillar named "Monkey Face" has become the ultimate rock-climbing challenge.
Obama's Favorite Beer is Made Here
From: Aerial America: Pennsylvania
- 1m 56s
Two of the most well-known Pennsylvania pioneers have become household names, with factories that continue to produce two classic American products - Hershey's chocolate and Yuengling's beer.
From: Aerial America: Georgia
It's gorges are gorgeous! Locals call this geological beauty "Little Grand Canyon."
The Awe-Inspiring Monument Rocks
From: Aerial America: Kansas
- 1m 28s
Eighty million years ago, western Kansas was underwater; the remains of what lived in the sea then turned into chalk, eventually eroding into the large rocks that now tower over the flat countryside.
- 66 Episodes
Grab your ticket for a scenic cross-country flight, from the mountains to the prairies, and from sea to shining sea.