|Image Name||Width x Height||Size|
|SIA0503.jpg||640 x 495||75K|
|SIA0503.jpg||1200 x 928||259K|
|SIA0503.jpg||2560 x 1980||721K|
The predominant geological formation in this area is the cliff-forming Navajo sandstone. The canyon walls show the typical cream to red-colored sandstone layers formed millions of years ago by ancient sand dunes. Vertical discoloration is created by rain water running down the cliffs.