Canyonlands National Park Honaker Trail Formation

Deposited

Pennsylvanian Period (286 to 320 million years ago)

Depositional Environment

Shallow seas

Appearance

Dark gray limestones with fossils forming rugged slopes and ledges

Examples

Along the Colorado River in Cataract Canyon. The Honaker Trail is also visible along the Moab Fault in Arches National Park.

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