October 20, 2016

Toadstool Valley

This was a fairly easy first day group hike to a very unique geological area.  The toadstools are created by erosion of the softer layer of stone that is beneath a harder layer that remains on the top of the eroded columns.  As we were there towards the end of the day, the colors of the different strata of stone really popped in the fading daylight!





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