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The park’s namesake spires are remnants of an ancient volcano that came to rest in the Salinas Valley of central California nearly 200 miles from where it originally stood.
Many of the park’s 30 miles of trails were constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s and are feats of engineering with narrow cave passages and rocky staircases.
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