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Situated five miles off the highway, the drive to the pinnacles is on a gravel road which most cars should cope with unless they are too sporty and perhaps have some clearance issues. Plenty of visitor boards and even a toilet at the pinnacles! Really good access and opportunity to walk around the whole site. Inspiring place and well worth... 更多
This free attraction is worth the time if in the area. Basically, interesting stacked mineral deposits from a 640'deep lake (now dry) from millenniums ago, up to 140' tall. Looks like you're on a different planet. A number of Hollywood films shot there. Very hot desert location, about 5 miles off the paved road. The gravel road is very bumpy... 更多
I was there a week ago on a hot sunny day. The pinnacles are accessed by a long dirt road which crosses the rail line to Trona, of 20-mule team Borax fame and the place where the Searle brothers made their fortune. The pinnacles themselves were formed thousands of years ago,from the bottom up, when the valley was a lake... 更多
Was driving from Death Valley to Ridgecrest, and saw these and stopped. The road is a bit rough to get there, but it's worth it. There are many pinnacles, you can drive among and also climb. Particularly when the sun was low in the sky they become somewhat magical.
You've seen it in movies, if you're in the vicinity it really is worth the trip off the highway. They were even filming a movie of some sort when we were there. Who knows, maybe they always are? Anyway, it is definitely other-worldly and should not be missed.
After reading reviews about this place we just had to go take a look. It was so weird seeing these formations in the middle of the desert. The road was definitely rough but just drive slowly and enjoy the view. I am glad I went!
You need to drive few miles on a rough gravel road so you car is going to get dusty. There are quite few of these stone formations in the area. You can also drive around them with your car. This is one of those weird thing things you have to see yourself.
I was driving from Death Valley to Ridgecrest & saw a sign for the Trona Pinnacles. I was in no hurry so I took the detour - glad I did. 7 miles down a dirt road you find exposed tufas from a long ago lake bed. Similar to the ones at Mono Lake that are still in water but more... 更多
fairly long ride over a fairly bumpy road to get there. People with lower vehicles were concerned but made it fine both ways. Very worth the trip in my estimation. I would love to go back with more time to spend and explore. Great photo opportunities!!!
Tufa forms underwater when spring waters come up through mineraliz d lake waters. The springs are on the end of the Garlock fault. Sea roes lake formed several times as Sierra glaciers melted, so it was full of water from about 25,000 yrs ago I nail about 4000 yrs ago, and is still "kinda moist". The lake is full of... 更多