The Red Rocks Reserve is named for the reddish rocks that dot the slippery shore, deposits of ancient pillow lava that were produced more than 200 million years ago. The best days to visit the reserve are those with very little wind, and pedestrians, joggers, and off-road vehicles also have access to the trail.
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