Kodachrome

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Kodachrome Trail
USA Nevada LasVegas Kodachrome.jpg
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GPS Start: 36.187424N, -114.918712W
GPS End: 36.137293N, -115.029549W
Google Earth: USA_Nevada_LasVegas_Kodachrome.kmz
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Elevation: 1600ft - 2600ft

The Kodachrome Trail is a part of a system of old mining roads east of the Las Vegas Valley in Nevada. This slice of Earth's history is where you can see burnt-orange sandstone outcrops sculpted over millions of years by wind and water. Layers of sedimentary and volcanic rock jut from the remains of an ancient sea floor.

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From downtown Las Vegas, take I-15 north to E Lake Mead Blvd and head east to the GPS starting point.

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