Dome Rock Mountains

The Dome Rock Mountains are a regionally short mountain range in southwestern Arizona in southern La Paz County. The range borders the Colorado River–(Blythe, CA) on the west and also the southern section of the Colorado River Indian Reservation on the northwest located in the Lower Colorado River Valley. Quartzsite, Arizona lies on the eastern foothills of the range.

The Dome Rock Mountains are on the southwest of the regional Maria fold and thrust belt.

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