The Exploration of the Colorado River and Its Canyons - Chapter VIII, Ffrom Echo Park To The Mouth Of The Uinta River Summary & Analysis

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Chapter VIII, Ffrom Echo Park To The Mouth Of The Uinta River Summary and Analysis

The group arrives at the junction of the Green and Yampa Rivers. Three rivers form the entrance to the park, one from the Yampa and two from the Green. There is also a land entrance via a canyon. They name one of the rocks Echo Park on June 18 and find a place along the river where they can climb the rock. They have problems due to the sheerness of the rock but succeed and make it down safely.

On June 19, they travel down the Yampa River by boat and return to Echo Park that evening. The next morning, they walk through the canyon. They can see the Sweetwater and Win River mountains in the distance. They can also see...

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