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Views of Black Canyon as seen near the visitor center. Notice that despite the enormous cliff, you can’t see the river bottom. Abraham Lincoln Fellows described a portion of his 1901 float trip into the canyon saying, “… we saw before us the mighty jaws, from which there was to be no escape, a feeling of nervousness and dread came over me for the first time.”
There’s a reason this overlook from the Island in the Sky section of Canyonlands NP is named Grand View Point. The White Rim in the lower right is made of ancient coastal sand dunes and lies 1,300 feet below the overlook; far below the rim the Colorado River continues to carve the canyon. In the distance are the La Sal Mountains, whose highest peak is 12,721-foot Mount Peale.

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