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Camel’s Head

This is Camel’s Head, a rock formation that may be viewed from the Heart of the Rocks Loop in the Chiricahua National Monument.

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Pinnacle Balanced Rock

This is Pinnacle Balanced Rock, one of the first named rock formations encountered on a hike of the Heart of the Rocks Loop at Chiricahua National Monument.

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Old Maid

This rock formation is named Old Maid and can be seen from the Heart of the Rocks Loop in the Chiricahua National Monument.

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Big Balanced Rock

We encountered this rock formation, aptly named Big Balanced Rock, on the Big Balanced Rock Trail in the Chiricahua National Monument.  According to the nearby sign, it is 25 feet high, 22 feet in diameter, and weighs 1,000 tons.

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The Grottos

A photo from our hike of the Echo Canyon Trail in the Chiracahua National Monument.

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