Category:Bright Angel Canyon

English: The Bright Angel Canyon on the south flank of the en:Kaibab Plateau, North Rim, Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA. (Phantom Creek and Crystal Creek are adjacent, west, with the Crystal Creek canyon being similar in size to the Bright Angel.)

Bright Angel Canyon separates an extension plateau, southeast from the Kaibab, to Cape Royal (point, 7865 ft); the named plateau is only a fractional size of the Kaibab, and named the Walhalla Plateau, but faces the Colorado River, (& Grand Canyon), NNE, S, and SW, (to the start of Granite Gorge).

The Bright Angel Canyon is named after the geologic Cambrian formation Bright Angel Shale, middle member of the Tonto Group, and part of the first (horizontal)-layers above the Vishnu Group basement rocks of the Grand Canyon.

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Last modified on 5 February 2014, at 19:03