Landslides occur all over the Earth, and you'll see this isn't the only planet where they happen! The information below shows some specific slides, and the information at the bottom of this page gives links to more specific information; definitions, different types, causes, and ways to prevent landslide occurrence.
Bonneville Landslide: also known as Table Mountain Landslide or Bridge of the Gods Landslide
This may not look like much, but you can see the brown areas that look like shear cliffs. That's the back of the landslide. All the material in front of those brown areas is the part that has slid down!
Here's a page from a Self Guided Tour of the Geology of the Columbia River Gorge. The middle picture shows an aerial view of how the landslide slid down into the Columbia River. It actually blocked the entire river when it happened and over time the river changed course around the slide.
For more information on the Bonneville Landslide, go to:
La Conchita Landslide, March 1995
Check out this amazing picture of the La Conchita Landslide in March 1995 in Ventura County, CA.
Laguna Beach Landslide, 2005
Lots of photos of how much of this hill and how many homes were destroyed!
Landslide Animation of a slide outside of San Francisco
This shows a slow creep over 8 days and you can see how the hill changes and moves. Very cool.
Highway 35 White River, Mt. Hood
In our own backyard! This is a document of photos taken by USGS geologists of the mudflow/landslide of the White River on the south side of Mt. Hood during the massive rain event in December of 2006.
Highway 35 Event, Dec 2006
I told you these things don't just happen on Earth!
Here are other sites of interest about landslides:
USGS: What is a landslide and what causes them?
American Planning Association: What are landslides?
Landslide Types and Processes
Government of British Columbia Department of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources: What causes landslides?
USGS Landslides Hazards Program