By:Kevin Friesen

What is a valley?

Valleys are bare and rocky. Often they're covered in trees and grass. Some valleys are very hot, dry, and dusty like deserts. These landforms can be a jungle that’s wet and green. Valleys can be very narrow, other valleys can be thousands of feet wide.

Natural Resources

Not very much grass are in valleys, a lot of valleys have

some wind.


Fish, ducks, otters and turtles live in the rivers, and dragonflies fly by the rivers.

Coyotes, wolves, and wild cats, Deer, sheep, and goats live in valleys.

Fun Facts

The biggest valley in the world is in Tibet. The valleys name is the Yarlung Zangbo Valley.

This valley is 16,650 feet deep.

Maps of where valleys can be found