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Spectacular Horseshoe Bend sunrise. The Colorado River makes a 180-degree turn at Horseshoe Bend. Here the river has eroded the Navajo sandstone for eons, digging a canyon 1100-feet deep, Page, Arizona Horseshoe Bend Sunrise, Colorado River, Page, Arizona Horseshoe Bend. The Colorado River makes a 180-degree turn at Horseshoe Bend. Here the river has eroded the Navajo sandstone for eons, digging a canyon 1100-feet deep, Page, Arizona Spectacular Horseshoe Bend sunrise. The Colorado River makes a 180-degree turn at Horseshoe Bend. Here the river has eroded the Navajo sandstone for eons, digging a canyon 1100-feet deep, Page, Arizona Predawn light on Horseshoe Bend. The Colorado River makes a 180-degree turn at Horseshoe Bend. Here the river has eroded the Navajo sandstone for eons, digging a canyon 1100-feet deep, Page, Arizona Spectacular Horseshoe Bend sunrise. The Colorado River makes a 180-degree turn at Horseshoe Bend. Here the river has eroded the Navajo sandstone for eons, digging a canyon 1100-feet deep, Page, Arizona Horseshoe Bend. The Colorado River makes a 180-degree turn at Horseshoe Bend. Here the river has eroded the Navajo sandstone for eons, digging a canyon 1100-feet deep, Page, Arizona Dead Horse Point Overlook, with the Colorado River flowing 2,000 feet below.  300 million years of erosion has carved the expansive canyons, cliffs and walls below and surrounding Deadhorse Point, Deadhorse Point State Park, Utah Dead Horse Point Overlook, with the Colorado River flowing 2,000 feet below.  300 million years of erosion has carved the expansive canyons, cliffs and walls below and surrounding Deadhorse Point, Deadhorse Point State Park, Utah Riverside Geyser at peak eruption, arcing over the Firehole River, Upper Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming The Firehole River flows through the Upper Geyser Basin. All geysers and hot springs in the area eventually feed into this river, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Excelsior Geyser, though dormant, still produces immense runoff into the Firehole River: 4,500 gallons per minute, or 6 million gallons per day.  It is located in Midway Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Updated: June 1, 2020