National Geographic : 1946 Jan
U iauonal Geograpinc society Kodachrome by C.P.Mountford Natives Call This Curious Rock Formation "Many Heads"; the Tallest Would Tower above the Empire State Building White men know this hollow square of colossal pillars as Mount Olga, westernmost of the three unusual rock formations. The highest "head" reaches up1,400 feet. The author estimated 30 pillars over 1,000 feet high, another 30 over 500 feet. A series of tribal legends explains the origin ofevery rocky height and deep gorge. The expedition was unable to explore the area thoroughly because the water hole on which it depended, described by the native guide as"big asthesea," turned outtobe only five feet long and a few inches deep.