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The Devil's Slide

(Photo: Jeremybrooks)

It's not a water slide or a snow slide, unfortunately. The Devil's Slide is an unusual rock formation east of Ogden, Utah. The limestone ridges are 12 meters high, 4.5 meters apart, and a very long 245 meters long, straight up the mountain.

It's the site of a ghost town of the same name, which is sad because Devil's Slide sounds like a totally awesome town name. I'd consider moving there for the sole purpose of claiming that as a home address.

-via Atlas Obscura


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There's a formation like that, visible from the interstate in Tennessee. It's where a mountain fell over on its side and the various layers of sediment were eroded unevenly.
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