I did this hike about a month ago, but until I recently got a new memory card reader I could not post them beciase my PC would not read them.
Anyway, these are from a canyon called Parunuweap a Paiute Indian word meaning Roaring Canyon. Its a narrow canyon about 12 miles long near where I work here in southwest Utah.
Mineral Canyon slot only about 10 feet wide and 100 feet deep
Sunlight shining from above on the Mineral Canyon wall
A narrow corridor of water carved this canyon over the age mixed with sand,rocks and stones
Ancient sand dunes layered stone walls
Sun and shade
Horsetail and grasses
Ponderosa pines,Cottonwood trees
Worn sandstone walls
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Eroded sand dune layers
This cliff is 1000's of feet high
See the horse riders?
Canyon walls at sunset
Floods bring different layers of sediments