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Petrified Forest National Park was established in 1906 to protect one of the world’s largest and most colorful deposits of petrified wood. The fossil record contained in this 225 million-year-old geologic layer called the “Chinle Formation” allows a fascinating look at the fauna and flora of the late Triassic Period.
This colorful sediment, also known as the Painted Desert, spans the 28-mile journey through the park. Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona is the only National Park which Route 66 ran through.
A portion of the highway still remains in the park, a silent testament to all those who traveled it during its heyday before it was replaced and bypassed by Interstate 40.