Indigenous America most sacred landmarks
Snoqualmie Falls, Washington: One of Washington state's most scenic natural wonders is a site of natural, historic, and cultural convergence for the Snoqualmie people.
Medicine Wheel, Wyoming: Located near the crest of the Bighorn Mountains of north-central WyominG.
Blue Lake, New Mexico: Tucked away in the Zuni Mountains, Blue Lake is among the most important sites for the Taos Pueblo to congregate for ceremonial reasons.
Devil's Tower, Wyoming: A jaw-dropping geological feature, Devil's Tower is a sacred site for many Plains Indians.
Crater Lake, Oregon: Native Americans were witnesses 7,700 years ago to the creation of this stunning lake.
Mount Shasta, California: Mount Shasta is a majestic, steep-sided stratovolcano located north of Redding.
Cahokia Mounds, Illinois: The site of a pre-Columbian Native American city, Cahokia dates back to around 1050 CE.
Black Hills, South Dakota: Native Americans have long considered the isolated Black Hills mountain range their spiritual home.
Great Serpent Mound, Ohio: The Great Serpent Mound is the largest earthen serpent effigy in the world.
Denali, Alaska: With a summit elevation of 6,190 m above sea level, Denali is the highest mountain in North America.