Category:Isis Temple

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English: The Isis Temple prominence — north of Granite Gorge, in the Grand Canyon, Arizona.
  • Its peak is made of en:Coconino Sandstone, and below Hermit Shale; the rest of Isis Temple is made of the slope-forming 'redbeds' of the Supai Group, upon the cliffs of Redwall Limestone. (slopes of Muav Limestone below)
    It is in the watersheds of three creeks, (downstream) Trinity Creek, Ninetyone Mile Creek, and Phantom Creek (a tributary to Bright Angel Canyon/Creek).