Keremeos Columns

KEREMEOS COLUMNS are a spectacular volcanic monument, 30 m high, of vertically hexagonal columns, formed by the relatively slow cooling of molten basalt (which causes this columnar jointing) some 30 million years ago. The columns are north of KEREMEOS; they can be viewed from Keremeos Columns Provincial PARK, though they are not within the park boundary.

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