In this episode, students explore Grand Canyon National Park and Mount Huangshan in China. The Grand Canyon in northwestern Arizona is vast scenic area. The canyon consists of a broad, intricately sculptured chasm of imposing peaks, buttes, gorges, and ravines formed over the past six million years by the cutting action of the Colorado River. Mount Huangshan features cliffs carved by glaciers and forests of ancient Huangshan Pines. It is situated in the Anhui Province near the lower reaches of the Yangtze River. Part of the “World Heritage” series.