Plate 138X. Red Canyon ca. 1915-2003 Viewed northeast at the mouth of Red Canyon. The Sevier fault separates the dark-colored basalt on the left from the light-colored Wasatch limestone, or Bryce formation, on the right. Wyoming big sage (A. t. tridentata) has increased and many plants are now 5 to 6 feet tall. Pinyon and juniper have also increased. The rock formations, though, appear largely unchanged.
U.S. Forest Service photograph (92826) taken ca. 1915; retake by Charles E. Kay on June 23, 2003 - - Photo No. 5169-4. Original photograph held by U.S. Forest Service Regional Office Photographic Collection (2310-Dixie-127) housed at Weber State University, Ogden, UT.
Sagebrush, Pinyon, Juniper
South West: Section 28, Range 4½ West, Township 35 South; UTM 382500 E, 4178250 N; elevation 7,040 ft.