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Scotty's Castle Area
The remote Racetrack playa is home to the mysterious moving rocks of Death Valley. The rocks on the dry lake slide in different directions across the dry lake for no apparent reason. Although no one has actually seen the rocks move, it is theorized the movement is due to a combination of rain and high winds creating proper conditions.
The Mysterious Roving Rocks of Racetrack Playa
In a particularly parched region of an extraordinary planet, rocks big and small glide across a ...
The Moving Rocks of the Racetrack Playa
The level surface of this parched basin provides the backdrop for one of Death Valley's most intriguing geological puzzles, ...
Cottonwood Mountains - Racetrack Playa
The Racetrack Playa is one of the most enigmatic geologic features in the world. Rocks slide across the playa surface and ...
Mystery Solved - Sliding Rocks on Racetrack Playa
Racetrack Playa is a lake-bed, which is dry most of the time and is nearly perfectly flat. The Playa is ...
Racetrack Satellite Image
Death Valley Geology
The lakes dissappeared approximately 10,000 years ago when ...
Landforms & Erosional Processes
A playa is a dry, vegetation-free, flat area at the lowest part of an undrained desert basin...
In desert basins, where rivers merge but do not drain...