Conglomerate rock erodes in the White Domes area of Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada, USA.
Conglomerate rock erodes in the White Domes area of Valley of Fire State Park. Dedicated in 1935, it is the oldest state park in Nevada. Starting more than 150 million years ago, great shifting sand dunes during the age of dinosaurs were compressed, uplifting, faulted, and eroded to form the park's fiery red sandstone formations. The park adjoins Lake Mead National Recreation Area at the Virgin River confluence, at an elevation of 2000 to 2600 feet (610-790 m), 50 miles (80 km) northeast of Las Vegas, USA. Park entry from Interstate 15 passes through the Moapa Indian Reservation.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download