A Virtual Outcrop (VO) is a 3D photorealistic model of a cliff or quarry that captures the geological features. Most recently, model sharing across the web has become possible through generic sharing sites such as Sketchfab and purpose-built sites like V3Geo.com. In this presentation we review the history for virtual outcrops and briefly discuss how they are collected, processed and how to access data that is available for public usage. We will then take a short virtual fieldtrip to the Book Cliffs of Eastern Utah, primarily to illustrate some of our learnings on the topic. We will conclude with a short discussion on the mechanics of how to build a VFT using publicly available data in LIME.