Rock Trail, Larrabee State Park

Bud and the thin beds at the overhang.

Thin beds in the Chuckanut Formation along the Rock Trail.

I will post a full geologic guide to the new Rock Trail when the trail is formally opened on April 26th. An email subscription to this blog will deliver the news to you directly. In the meantime, please enjoy other Chuckanut area geology descriptions on my blog.

Fragrance Lake

Raptor Ridge

Oyster Dome

Clayton Beach– a layer of volcanic ash preserved in the Chuckanut Formation

A full listing of localities I describe is here. For a primer on Chuckanut geology, visit this page.

Dave Tucker

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