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U.S. States by Landform Quiz

Based on the landform, guess the state in which it is located.
Last updated: June 26, 2012
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Landform
State
Long Island
New York
Great Salt Lake
Utah
Grand Teton Mountain
Wyoming
Mount Rainier
Washington
The Everglades
Florida
Crater Lake
Oregon
Grand Canyon
Arizona
Mississippi River Delta
Louisiana
Black Hills Mountains
South Dakota
Brazos River
Texas
Mammoth Cave
Kentucky
Mount Whitney
California
Mauna Loa
Hawaii
Cumberland Island
Georgia
Cape Cod
Massachusetts
Niagara Falls
New York
Mount St. Helens
Washington
Monterey Bay
California
Landform
State
Aleutian Islands
Alaska
San Andres Mountains
New Mexico
Pikes Peak
Colorado
Cape Fear River
North Carolina
Hudson River
New York
Lake Okeechobee
Florida
Mackinac Island
Michigan
Puget Sound
Washington
Mobile Bay
Alabama
Bryce Canyon
Utah
Lake Winnebago
Wisconsin
San Andreas Fault
California
Yukon River
Alaska
Galveston Bay
Texas
Outer Banks
North Carolina
Sandusky River
Ohio
Key West
Florida
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level 69
Aug 10, 2012
I would suggest Carlsbad Caverns for New Mexico. I mean, I'm New Mexican, and even I missed San Andres...
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level 69
Sep 10, 2012
Sandusky River...when in the hell are they going to change the name of that river?
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level 67
Sep 10, 2012
they going to change the name of the town in ohio, too?
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level 62
Sep 11, 2012
Why isn't there one for each state instead of multiples?
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level 55
Oct 14, 2012
I thought the Sandysky River was in Penn State
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level 68
Mar 9, 2014
"Guess the state in which it is located" as part of the instructions, makes sense. I didn't really get how "based on the landform" even fit.
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level 52
May 3, 2014
Because they're all landforms? Mountains, rivers, islands....
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level 44
Jul 30, 2014
No Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania? I sense an anti-Midatlantic bias. ;)
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level 40
Aug 4, 2014
Good quiz, but I would like it better if there were no states repeated. It doesn't seem fair to leave out so many states and then have New York three times. Every state has some sort of interesting landform, even those not typically thought of as scenic. For instance, you could have said Chimney Rock for Nebraska or the Loess Hills for Iowa.
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level 44
Feb 25, 2015
The following states could be represented: Ozark Mountains (ARKANSAS or MISSOURI), Sawtooth Range (IDAHO), Mount Desert Island (MAINE), Chesapeake Bay (MARYLAND or VIRGINIA), Iron Range (MINNESOTA), Natchez Trace (MISSISSIPPI), Scotts Bluff (NEBRASKA), Pyramid Lake (NEVADA), Mount Washington (NEW HAMPSHIRE), Horseshoe Curve (PENNSYLVANIA), Myrtle Beach (SOUTH CAROLINA), Smoky Mountains (TENNESSEE or NORTH CAROLINA), Green Mountains (VERMONT), Shenandoah Valley (VIRGINIA or WEST VIRGINIA)
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level 65
Mar 2, 2015
And no one would have gotten any of those. Except the Chesapeake, but that's not exclusive to either state and wouldn't fit the quiz. Pine Barrens - New Jersey. Cape May - New Jersey, Raritan River - New Jersey. But I know if you don't live, you don't know it.
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level 74
Aug 14, 2015
The ones alec listed are by no means obscure. From his list, I would have gotten all but two...
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level 49
Apr 14, 2016
Speak for yourself. I would have gotten 8 of those.
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level 32
Apr 5, 2018
The Great Smoky Mountains are the most visited national park in America. I think word may have gotten out about them.
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level 58
Jul 8, 2018
No, they're well known.
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level 35
Feb 11, 2017
Flint Hills (KANSAS)
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level 31
Mar 7, 2015
You should add "Craters of the Moon" for Idaho.
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level 44
Mar 12, 2015
No one out there who likes country music knows about the Smoky Mountains?? What about the fans of the legendary bluegrass band, the Foggy Mountain Cowboys?
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level 73
Mar 31, 2015
for all you complainers learn your geography! 100% with 55 seconds left, just saying it can be done. i would agree that having less multiples would be more intriguing.
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level 70
May 3, 2015
Too US-centric
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level 35
Feb 11, 2017
That's because it's the US STATES landforms quiz.
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level 63
May 28, 2018
you missed the joke smart alec
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level 44
Aug 7, 2015
Mammoth Caves and Grand Tetons should both be plural, I believe. Fun quiz.
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level 65
Oct 6, 2016
Actually the Grand Teton is only one mountain (the tallest) in the Teton Range all of which have different names. Additionally, the National Park is called Grand Teton NP not Grand Tetons.
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level 57
Aug 24, 2017
Mammoth Cave is singular, as well.
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level 57
Jan 25, 2016
You would think the San Andreas Mts would be next to the San Andreas fault, but Noooo. Good Quiz. More States!
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level 70
Aug 8, 2016
I just started at the faultline and moved east. Didn't take too long.
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level 48
Dec 8, 2016
Mount Washington in New Hampshire would be a great addition to the quiz, it's weather/wind is very famous
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level 66
Feb 11, 2017
I made a mistake of assuming (I know never assume) that there would be one of every State, so once I'd used a State I didn't give it a thought, until after trying several other States I realised that Mounts St. Helens & Rainier were both in Washington.
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level 45
Apr 5, 2018
100% took quite a few guesses though. Good Quiz!
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level 58
Jul 8, 2018
There are 35 total answers and about 7 different answers.
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