American Midwest

The American Midwest is a vast expanse of wildly diverse landscapes. While much of it has been consumed for agriculture, portions of it still remain protected, offering a glimpse of how this incredible expanse initially appeared. Stretching for roughly a third of the continent, its diversity includes the rugged mountains of the Black Hills, to the rolling hills of the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, to the forested Cuyahoga Valley National Park. There’s no shortage of options to entertain anyone willing to open their imagination to this one-of-a-kind landscape.