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    Rock formations

    by Jim_Eliason Updated Apr 5, 2013

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    Joshua tree national park is also full of rock formations, like the one shown that juts up from the desert floor.

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    Arch Rock

    by Basaic Written Feb 8, 2013
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    Wind, rain and erosion have caused the formation of this arch, which is still changing and eroding and will someday fall to the ground.

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    Views Near Jumbo Rocks

    by Basaic Written Nov 2, 2007

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    In addition to the campground at Jumbo Rocks there is a short trail where you can walk on and around the rocks.

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    Hiking and driving

    by rebibi Updated Mar 31, 2006

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    Does this stone fall down soon? I don't hope so, at least not as long as Remo, my husband, is sitting there!

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    Climbing fun

    by Minstrelette Written Jul 2, 2005

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    These bolders are enormously fun to climb. Just be careful. I had a little adventure trying to climb down into a cave-like structure and almost didn't make it.

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    California's answer to the Great Pyramid of Giza

    by karenincalifornia Written Mar 10, 2004

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    Granite boulders in Joshua Tree National Park, CA

    These granite monoliths can be see in the higher elevations of Joshua Tree National Park.

    Were these really formed by nature, or are they the creation of some extraterrestrial being??

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