Secs. 35-36, T106N R5W and Sec. 1, T105N R5W, 2 miles NW of Dakota, MN, and about 10 miles SE of Winona, MN and 10 miles NW of La Crosse, WI.
This is one of the innumerable coulees that carve up the upper Mississippi basin. This is a geomorphically young landscape because repeated lowerings of sea level during the Pleistocene caused the Mississippi to incise its valley and all the nearby tributaries to do likewise.
The view spans from north at the left to southeast at far right.
Created 20 September 2000, Last Update 26 March 2013
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