A laccolith is a sheet-like intrusion (or concordant pluton) that has been injected within
the towns of Gurzuf and Partenit. The mountain is a laccolith. Today its territory is a Nature
, above which it rises 82 meters (305 m above sea level). Geologically, the mountain is a laccolith
west of the greater ranges of the Rocky Mountains. The laccolith ranges are much younger and have a very different geologic origin.
Bear Butte is a geological laccolith feature located near Sturgis, South Dakota, United States
quarry on the western and northern sides of Breidden Hill. The rock is a thick gabbroic-dolerite laccolith, which is a source of roadstone.
of the , while in Slovakia it is included in the Cerová vrchovina Protected Landscape Area. Karancs is a laccolith formed through volcanic activity in the Miocene.
. The peak is southwest of Crested Butte in the Gunnison National Forest. Carbon peak is a laccolith
when magma intruded between existing sedimentary rocks as the crown of a buried laccolith or possibly
area on the south west of the mountain shows where the Eocene aplitic granite meets the laccolith top