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“Molly’s Nipple”

“Molly’s Nipple”

(This article appeared in the St. George News on January 11, 2015)

HURRICANE – In this Episode 16 of the “No Filter show,” Paul Ford and Grady Sinclair explore a famous butte in Hurricane Valley called Mollies Nipple, discovering in the process one of the most amazing vantage points in Southern Utah, with the benefit of an incredible ride and overview via Zion Helicopters.

Mollies Nipple, so designated without an apostrophe in accordance with standards established by the U.S. Board on Geological Names, sits 1,353 feet above the valley floor and 4,593 feet above sea level. Technically a butte, or isolated hill with steep sides and a flat top and more narrow than a Mesa, Mollies Nipple can be seen from as far as Washington City and the City of St. George.

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