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Geologic map of Bryce Canyon National Park and vicinity, southwestern Utah

January 1, 1994

Bryce Canyon National Park is located along the eastern escarpment of the Paunsaugunt Plateau, which along with the Markagunt Plateau to the west, form the southernmost of the High Plateaus of Utah. The park’s unique scenery has been created by forces of differential erosion acting on colorful rocks exposed along and below the rim of the plateau. Park headquarters and major scenic viewpoints that lie on or near the rim of the plateau are accessible from Utah Highway 12 mi west of the park. More remote parts of the park are located in canyons beneath the rim and are accessible only by foot, along horse trails or from a few unimproved dirt roads that approach the park boundary from the east or south.

Citation Information

Publication Year 1991
Title Geologic map of Bryce Canyon National Park and vicinity, southwestern Utah
DOI 10.3133/i2108
Authors William E. Bowers
Publication Type Report
Publication Subtype USGS Numbered Series
Series Title IMAP
Series Number 2108
Index ID i2108
Record Source USGS Publications Warehouse
USGS Organization