Vulcan’s Anvil is a volcanic plug that was left following lava flows more than 200,000 years ago, according to Street View. The volcanic remnant is located just upstream of Lava Falls.
Built by the ancient Anasazi people between 1200 BC and AD 1200, the Granaries at Nankoweap are stone structures on the canyon wall where the Anasazi stored food and grains to protect them from animals and watch for intruders. The granaries are along the Nankoweap Trail about 11miles from the canyon’s North Rim at the Nankoweap Delta along the Colorado River.
Here in the North Canyon, Supai sandstone is one of the dramatic rock features that can be seen in this lovely side canyon.
Created from water and wind weathering of limestone, the Royal Arches is a lovely feature that is sought out by many visitors.
12Rainy Colorado River
13Here Comes the Sun
In this gorgeous image, the sun peeks out from behind a Redwall Limestone cliff, showing off the majesty of the canyons along the Colorado River.