Google has been rolling out 3D imagery for over three years. The focus has been almost entirely on centres of population. However, there are a few places where Google has mapped interesting geographical features rather than centres of population. Today we are featuring the main ones we are aware of.
Hoover Dam, Colorado River, Arizona/Nevada. We featured this when looking at Google Earth Pro’s Movie Maker feature
Sassolungo Mountain Group, Italy
Arches National Park, Utah (screenshot is not actually in the park but within the same 3D area)
A section of The Grand Canyon has 3D imagery. The rest of the Grand Canyon already has fairly high resolution terrain that is not part of the 3D imagery.
Zion National Park, Utah
El Capitan, Yosemite National Park and surrounding area. El Capitan also has vertical Street View.
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Crater Lake, Oregon