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Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park

The park is known for its incredibly narrow canyons, which were carved over millions of years by the Gunnison River cutting through ~1.7 billion year-old Precambrian metamorphic rock. Towering cliff faces of foliated gneiss and schist line the canyon walls and create beautiful rock exposures.

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