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In a few million years, would a visitor to the Rockies expect to see pointy mountain tops?


2 Answers

  • 2 months ago

    A few million years is a relatively short period of time when it comes to reshaping the mountains. It will take far more than that or rather something cataclysmic, which is more likely. 

  • 2 months ago

    The current Rocky Mountains already have pointed Mountain tops that are getting eroded down. The Rocky Mountains are a relatively young mountain cordillera from the Laramide a few million years the Rocky Mountain peaks MIGHT be a little more rounded, but not necessarily. The Rocky Mountains are still rising in many areas. 

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