Lexington Arch

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Just inside the boundary of Great Basin National Park is Lexington Arch. Unusual in that it’s made of limestone and not sandstone, it’s possible that the Arch is not an arch at all. There’s speculation about the structure being natural bridge or even the remnants of an ancient cave system. However the Arch was formed, it’s a formidable sight on a stormy day.

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