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Gooseberry Badlands - 1
In central Big Horn Basin in Wyoming there is a small area of badlands right along the side of Wyoming highway 431. The Gooseberry Badlands are administered by the BLM. There is a 1.5 mile developed loop trail through the badlands that allows a hiker to view them from a terrace cliff above the dry, eroded stream bed. As the trail continues it descends down into the dry valley where the hiker wanders among the eroded features such as hoodoos, cap rocks, mud mounds, and dangerous clay caves. All colors of the rainbow can be seen in the different soils and rocks including lavender, gray, red, and yellow clay, as well as white hard-pan clay and white sandstone. You can also see green grass growing where there was enough water to nurture it. Gray-green sage is present while yellow-green greasewood is common. This panorama is first of eight taken within the Gooseberry Badlands as I hiked the loop counter-clockwise.
Copyright: Ken Stahley
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 16000x8000
Taken: 26/07/2023
Uploaded: 04/08/2023


Tags: wyoming; badlands; erosion; blm; big horn; basin; rainbow; clay; sand; sandstone; rock; streambed; grass; sage; greasewood; trail; mud; cave; stahley
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