Landform Regions

Five Landform Regions with specific details

The Great Basin

The Great Basin is a very dry area in Nevada, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, Oregon, and California.

Piedmont

Piedmont is a low region of broad valleys and hills. It is between the Coastal Plains and the Appalachian Mountains. People call Piedmont the shadow of the Appalachian Mountains.

Rocky Mountains

The Rocky Mountains is the largest mountain range, they stretch from Mexico to Canada to Alaska.

The Appalachian Mountains

The Appalachian Mountain peaks have been hugely worn down by erosion because they have been on the U.S the longest.

Mississippi River

The Mississippi River is major river that goes along the east of Iowa. The Ohio, Missouri, Arkansas, and Tennessee are tributaries into the Mississippi River.