Trona, CA 93592
Formed underwater 10,000 to 100,000 years ago, these calcium carbonate spires form the most unusual landscape in the California Desert. The Trona Pinnacles comprises of 500 tufa pinnacles ascending from the Searles Dry Lake basin's bed were created during three ice ages and are divided into three groups depending upon their elevation and age. Subsequently they categorized into four shapes as well such as the cones, tombstones, towers and ridges. This region was once an ocean and the sight is magical. If you like to visit geological wonders, then this is a must see.