Above is an image of the famous Red Wall found south and east of the Big Horn Mountains, within the Willow Springs Ranch, west north west of Kaycee, Wyoming. The Alcova Member limestone overlies the deep red colored sandstone and mudstone beds of the Red Peak Member, of the Chugwater Group. Both stratigraphic units are members of the Triassic Chugwater Group.
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