West and northwest of Fort Collins, Colorado, the upper beds of the Dakota Group are extensively folded; short fold axes roughly parallel the regional strike but are arcuate eastward down the dip. These folds are parts of block-glide landslides, which are probably pre-Wisconsin in age.

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