5 Viewing Decks to Explore in United States

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United States

Third largest and third most populous country in the world. Size-wise, it is almost as large as the continent of Europe.

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Detroit Riverfront

The Detroit Riverfront in Wayne County, Michigan is not just your ordinary waterfront. It's a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts and urban explorers alike. With over 5 miles of scenic walkways and parks, it's hard not to be impressed by the stunning views of the Detroit skyline. Not to mention, the area is filled with local eateries and trendy bars that offer delicious food and drinks to keep the party going.

Grand Canyon Skywalk

Grand Canyon Skywalk is an observation deck, free cantilever girder bridge and steel bridge that was completed in 2007.The deck of the Skywalk has been made with four layers of Saint-Gobain Diamant low iron glass with DuPont SentryGlas interlayer. Deck width is 10 feet 2 inches. It is immediately north of Grand Canyon West Airport and about 120-mile east of Las Vegas, NV. The skywalk is east of Meadview, AZ. Kingman, AZ is the closest city with more than 10,000 population.

High Roller

550-foot tall (167.6 m), 520-foot (158.5 m) diameter giant Ferris wheel, one of the tallest in the world.

Pillsbury Mountain Fire Tower

The Pillsbury Mountain Fire Tower is an iconic landmark located in the Jessup River Wild Forest within the Adirondack Park, primarily in Hamilton County, New York. The fire tower sits atop Pillsbury Mountain, offering panoramic views of the surrounding wilderness and distant mountain ranges.The fire tower was originally constructed in the early 20th century as part of a network of towers used for detecting and monitoring forest fires.

Santa Monica Pier

Large double-jointed pier containing a small amusement park, concession stands, and areas for views and fishing.

Map of Viewing Decks to explore in United States