Category: Regional Geology

Unraveling the Age of Steptoe Butte: A Regional Geology Perspective

The formation of Steptoe Butte Steptoe Butte is a prominent landform in the Palouse region of Washington State, USA. The butte stands at an elevation of approximately 3,612 feet (1,101 meters) above sea level and is a popular destination for tourists and hikers. The formation of Steptoe Butte is related to the geologic history of