Category:Claude Birdseye Point

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English: The Claude Birdseye Point is a peak, 6,975 feet (2,126 m), at the endpoint of a west ridge (0.75-mi long) from the Shiva Temple, flat-topped prominence of erosion resistant, en:Kaibab Limestone, to the south-southwest of the en:Kaibab Plateau, Grand Canyon, North Rim, Arizona, USA. It is at the southeast of a landform, a drainage basin named Hindu Amphitheater, drained by a north tributary of the Colorado River, the Crystal Creek (Arizona), all part of Grand Canyon National Park.
(It may or may not be higher in elevation than Shiva Temple.)

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