Knox Mountain Volcanic ash deposit

A Tracks And Trails website visitor recently posted this comment, “I have found a “volcanic ash” deposit on south-east side of Knox mountain and would show interested parties where it is? Dr Murray Reed says it is 50 million years old.. it is under 50-60 feet of basalt rock. most interesting..” I will see if […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On April 5, 2010
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A Tracks And Trails website visitor recently posted this comment,

“I have found a “volcanic ash” deposit on south-east side of Knox mountain and would show interested parties where it is? Dr Murray Reed says it is 50 million years old.. it is under 50-60 feet of basalt rock. most interesting..”

I will see if I can get some pictures of the area.

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