Tourist attractions in the western cordillera?
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A cordillera is the Spanish name for an extensive mountain range or system of ranges.. The western Cordillera is in North America and includes the Sierra Nevada, the Coastal …and Cascade ranges, and the Rocky Mountains. It extends through Central America, Mexico, the U.S. and Canada.. Its South American counterpart is called the Andean Cordillera.
A tourist attraction is a place or a building that people arewilling to pay money to see.Examples of tourist attractions are theStatue of Liberty and Disney World.
The Western Cordillera is in the west part of Canada. In the provinces Yukon,Alberta,Britsh Columbia, and Northwest Territories.It runs along the western edge of North and So…uth America. In Canada it streches from the Canadian-United states border at 49degreesN latitude to almost 70degrees N latitude. HEY NO! ITS IN CANADA! YEAH, CANANANANDA **** YOU ITS GOT CANADA! YAY CANANADA! yay...
rivers, mountains, lakes, forests.
along the pacific coast
The tourists attracts the land forms and water forms. . They also attracts the man made. . They are attracts also by our beach, religion,culture,mountains view, our hotels …and also by our greeen house. .
Something that tourists like to see. A tourist attraction is a place of interest where tourists visit, typically for its inherent or exhibited cultural value, historical… significance, natural or built beauty, or amusement opportunities. (copied from elsewhere on wikianswers)
a crazy animal attracts a tourist
The beutiful mountains
land mark of cordillera
i don't know... but if ur trying to do ur h\w don't u even think about it.. OK!!
Mount Rushmore, Devil's Tower, Glacier National Park, Yosemite National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Rocky Mountain National Park, the Grand Canyon, Mesa Verde, Red Rocks,… the Black Hills, Chaco Canyon, Sedona, Napa Wine country, Mount Shasta
There is range after range of mountains separated by plateaus and valleys. The mountains and valleys run in a north-south direction. Some mountains can be as large as 700 kilo…meters wide. .