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This “mountain” glitters in the sun, thanks to the small crystals that freckle its slopes. The mountain is actually an old selenite mine. It’s still deeded to the mine owners, though it’s managed by the Bureau of Land Management. It has a brief history and synopsis of selenite and its uses.
It’s possible to wander among the small selenite deposits sparkling along the edges of the small pit. It’s a fun and interesting little adventure site suitable for the whole family.
Know Before You Go
You can park close by the sign. You can climb down in the open pit (just 20 to 30 feet deep) and explore, and the selenite is plentifully dotted around all the mining area. It's safe to explore, though it's not handicap accessible. Please respect the landowner's wishes and do not take anything from the mine.