Bellvue Dome

April 30, 2006


Provided and copyright by: Dale Chadwick
Summary authors & editors: Dale Chadwick

The Bellvue Dome is a prominent anticline northwest of Fort Collins, Colorado. Resistant layers of Permian Lyons, Satanka, and Ingleside Formations are on the top of the dome. This view above looks east and was taken on November 25, 2005. The Cache la Poudre River cuts across the anticline, flowing out of sight between the houses and trees in the foreground and the dome.

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