Geology of National Parks

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

A Photographic Geology Tour of Lower Glen Canyon

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Click here to start a tour of the Glen Canyon below the high dam at Page, Arizona. Click on any of the images to continue to the next page in the linked series of web pages. Or, see a thumbnail gallery.

Map of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
Click on the map or click on "next image" to see a series of park images.

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Click here to see other prehistoric American Indian cultural heritage parks in the Four Corners region.

Click here to learn more about Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (National Park Service website:

See also adjacent parks including Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Capitol Reef National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, and Grand Staircase-Escalante Canyons National Monument.

Click here to see historic stereo photography taken by the photographers of the John Wesley Powell Survey of 1871-1872.

Click here to learn more about the sedimentary rock formations exposed in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
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This website contains images produced from stereo photo pairs that were manipulated into anaglyphs (3-D images). You will need red-and-cyan stereo viewing glasses to get the 3-D visual effects. Photography on this website was taken in 2004 (below dam) and 2009 (above dam).

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