Grand Wash Cliffs

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Grand Wash Cliffs
Meadview Arizona.jpg
Grand Wash Cliffs at Meadview, Arizona
(view due-east)
LocationMohave County, Arizona, Arizona, United States
Length115 ft (35 m)
Width5 ft (1.5 m)
Formed byColorado River
Grand Wash Cliffs is located in Arizona
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Foothills of Grand Wash Cliffs, (city-or-landform locations)

The Grand Wash Cliffs[1] extend south-southeast from the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument in northwest Arizona west of the Shivwits Plateau south through the Grand Cliffs Wilderness and into the Lake Mead Recreation Area. The Grand Wash Cliffs cross the Grand Canyon where the Colorado River enters Lake Mead. To the south of the Grand Canyon the Grand Wash Cliffs continue past the east side of Grapevine Mesa and then southeast above and east of the Hualapai Valley forming the southwest margin of the Music Mountains.[2]

List of landforms/communities along Grand Wash Cliffs[edit]

(form north-to-south)


See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Grand Wash Cliffs
  2. ^ Arizona Atlas & Gazetteer, DeLorme, Fourth Ed. 2001 pp. 21 and 29 ISBN 0-89933-325-7

External links[edit]

Grand Wash Cliffs Wilderness

Geology/Geography