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"Old Maid" and "The Wedding Party"


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About six miles east of Kenton, a group of formations can be seen east of the 101 Ranch on the south side of the road. This group is known as "The Three Sisters" or "The Wedding Party". One mile further east on the north side of the road is the formation known as "The Old Maid".

The Old Maid (above)- This rock formation resembles a human profile.

Three Sisters or Wedding Party - The minister, bride and groom on the far right.


Address: 35 miles northwest of Boise City on Highway 325; 5 miles north of Kenton

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"Old Maid" and "The Wedding Party"

About six miles east of Kenton, a group of formations can be seen east of the 101 Ranch on the south side of the road. This group is known as "The Three Sisters" or "The Wedding Party". One mile further east on the north side of the road is the formation known as "The Old Maid". The Old Maid (

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