In the 1890s, Cathedral Gorge gots its name from newly arrived visitors who were reminded of European cathedrals. Prior to that, the local ranchers used it as a garbage dump. As parks go, this is a small one. The Jupiter Draw Trail, a four mile (6.4 kilometer) loop, follows the base of the formations. Most of my images were taken from this trail.
Eastern Nevada, USA
Part of the Great American West series