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Towering 1,400 feet above the surrounding plain, Ship Rock is an outstanding example of an exposed volcanic neck accompanied by radiating dikes. There are few such clear displays of the internal structure of a volcano.
Location: San Juan County, NM
Year designated: 1975
Ownership: Indian Trust (Navajo Tribe)
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Last Updated: June 28, 2012