A view of colorful rocks along the Cottonwood Canyon Road, near the starting point for the hike down the Cottonwood Wash narrows. The rocks are from the Carmel Formation, one of the components of The Coxcomb - a series of parallel rocky ridges formed by strata folded to an angle of almost 90 ° and eroded into many shapes and forms.
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