Ubehebe Crater

Ubehebe Crater is indeed a large crater, blasted into existence around 800 years ago at the northern tip of the Cottonwood Mountains. The half-mile wide, 750 foot deep crater was created when molten magma neared the earth’s surface, coming into…
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Upheaval Dome

  The origins of Upheaval Dome in the Island in the Sky District of Canyonlands National Park were unknown for a long time. It was theorized that the dome was either the result of a large salt plug forced up…
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