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is it in the Badlands National Park in South Dakota?
Devils Postpile National Monument - outside of Mammoth. I remember going there as a kid.
Right On Sue. They are basalt columns. Formations like these are found all over the world but that yellow lichen is typical of Devil's Postpile NPS monument in California.
What an amazing formation, hope to head out there and see it some day.
Sue is right! It's Devils Postpile National Monument - outside of Mammoth in eastern California. The formation was created by a lava flow. The Postpile's columns average 2 feet in diameter and many are up to 60 feet long. Together they look like tall posts stacked in a pile, hence the feature's name.The photo was provided by www.visitmammoth.com.Find things to do in Mammoth Lakes here: www.wegoplaces.com/CAMammothLakes_Region_649.aspx