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Cathedral Gorge State Park
With the art of mother nature and a few million years, the spires of Cathedral Gorge were formed. This area was once a mud and silt lake bottom and was buried compressed and then uplifted. After it was uplifted the erosional forces of wind, rain, and freezing took over to form the columns and walls made of bentonite clays. There are picnicking and camping facilities, as well as marked trails. It is open to the public April thru November.

Getting There-
Las Vegas to Cathedral Gorge State Park

Take I-15 north to US-93 north. Before you get to Nevada State route 319 look for the signs to lead you to Cathedral Gorge State Park.

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