The view from atop a sandstone outcrop along the White Rocks Trail, near the upper end of Snow Canyon State Park. Initially looking north, towards the red and white banded cliffs that form the head of the valley, the view clockwise includes patches of lava and more red Navajo rocks in the east, the lower end of the valley to the south, and eroded red cliffs in the west, in front of which runs the West Canyon Trail.
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