The Teepee Rocks Are A Well-Hidden Geologic Wonder In Idaho That Are So Worth Seeking Out

You never know what you’re gonna get when exploring Idaho’s diverse landscapes. From jagged mountaintops to vast, unending desert landscapes, the Gem State truly has it all. One of the lesser-known landscapes in Idaho consists of bizarre geologic formations, like those found at City of Rocks National Reserve and Castle Rocks State Park. Known as Teepee Rocks, these cone-shaped formations make for an astonishing sight. They may be well-hidden out in a remote region of Southern Idaho, but we think you’ll find that they are SO worth seeking out.

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Did you know about this bizarre geologic wonder hiding out in Idaho? Our state’s landscape is just full of surprises. Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!