United States Redwall Cavern

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Joe Becker

About this spot
Redwall Cavern is a huge alcove in Grand Canyon National Park, adjacent to the Colorado River in Marble Canyon. Major Powell, in his explorations of the Grand Canyon, described Redwall Cavern as being able to sit 50,000 people. That might be an exaggeration, but it could easily fit several thousand. It is an deep alcove at river level carved out of the Redwall Limestone. The floor of the cavern is deep, soft sand. Reflected light off the canyon wall lights the inside of the alcove with a warm red glow.

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