T. Michael Redmond | Vermillion Cliffs, Navajo Bridges and Horseshoe Bend
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Modified 30-Sep-12
Created 25-Sep-12
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The Colorado Plateau's main drainage is the Colorado and Green river system. On its journey from Lake Powell/Glen Canyon Dam to the Grand Canyon, the Colorado river passes through the Horseshoe Bend, Lee's Ferry, Marble Canyon and under the twin Navajo Bridges, all the time overlooked by the Vermillion Cliffs, the second step of the Grand Staircase comprising the successive sedimentary geological layers of the Colorado Plateau.
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Categories & Keywords
Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:North America
Subcategory Detail:United States of America
Keywords:Arizona, Colorado River, Vermillion Cliffs, Navajo Bridges, Horseshoe Bend, Page