A panorama taken from beside the Hole-in-the-Rock road at mile 49.5, just before it drops down towards the upper end of Davis Gulch. A great expanse of Navajo sandstone domes stretches away to the eastern horizon, hiding the Escalante River which flows through a deep canyon and meets Lake Powell 6 miles away. The west is dominated by Fiftymile Point, a 1,300 foot high promontory at the edge of Fiftymile Bench. Navajo Mountain is just visible to the south, across the lake near the border with Arizona.
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