The Most Extreme Places in the US
At 1,943 feet (592 m), Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States and one of the deepest lakes in the world.
Crater Lake-Deepest Lake
The Hoh River Valley in Olympic National Park, Washington, is home to the quietest spot in the continental US.
Boston, Massachusetts can claim to be the windiest city in the US, with average annual speed of 12.3mph, closely followed by Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at 12.2mph.
New Mexico’s Cosmic Campground in Gila National Forest is believed to be the darkest place in the US.
Another record for Death Valley. Badwater Basin, in Death Valley, California, is the lowest land point of the continent at -279 ft below sea level.
Mt Denali in Alaska is the highest summit of North America, standing at 20,310ft.
Fairbanks, Alaska, sets the record for the coldest city in the US, with the state also boasting the coldest place.
Death Valley holds another record, although perhaps not one you’d actually want to experience.
Death Valley is famous as the driest place in North America. Average rainfall is less than 2 inches, due to its location inland.
The wettest place is believed to be Mt Waialeale on Kauai, in Hawaii, which receives around 460 inches of rain every year.
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