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Earthquake Fault, CA

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Earthquake Fault

A more appropriate name for the nearly straight fracture would be "Earthquake Fissure."  Because the rocks on both sides have not moved much vertically of laterally relative to one another...[more]

Address

CA

Directions

From Hwy 395 take the Mammoth Lakes (Hwy 203) exit, then make a left.  Take Hwy 203 (Main St) to the second stop light.  Make a right onto Minaret Rd. The Earthquake Fault is located just up the hill on the right hand side. 

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