Down Memory Lane: Pedestal Rocks

(Note:  All pictures may be enlarged by clicking on them once or twice.)

When Betsy and I would visit Mt. Nebo in Arkansas, one of our favorite places to visit and hike was the Pedestal Rocks Scenic Area off of Scenic Route 7 north of Mt. Nebo.

Pedestal Rocks features “mushroom’ shaped columns sculptured by wind and weather. The “pedestals” are both fascinating and beautiful.

Pedestal Rocks is a great place to hike on a beautiful winter day.

In addition to unique shapes, many of the pedestals have lichen growing along one or more sides. Some of the colors are varied, vivid and beautiful.

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7 Responses to “Down Memory Lane: Pedestal Rocks”

  1. Betsy Says:

    What wonderful memories… Hope we can get back to that area sometime…. Great set of pictures!!!! Love the colors…

    Love,
    Wifey

  2. Dayphoto Says:

    That is a beautiful place. We have Hoodo’s here that remind me of your Pedestal Rocks. Amazing what wind and rain can do, when you think about how hard rocks are.

  3. rhiebert Says:

    Beautiful scenes. Those rocks are fascinating and the addition of the lichen adds beauty .

  4. Sartenada Says:

    Hello George.

    Wow, how wonderful photos. I watched every photo in a bigger format and enjoyed them. Thank you.

    Have a good day!

  5. diane Says:

    Wow what interesting rock formation. It must be lovely to hike there. The lichen is pretty too.

  6. Suzanne Says:

    Wow. What interesting and beautiful photos; I love the colorful lichen.

  7. Lrong Says:

    Excellent pictures… especially the one with the water reflection….

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