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Account The lower canyons of the John Day feature some outstanding examples of columnar basalt. Columnar basalt on the John Day River. Hundreds of cliff swallow nests can be seen hanging from basalt columns along the John Day River. The Palisades on the John Day River at river mile 66.6. A unique geologic formation visible on the John Day at river mile 60. The John Day has some great hiking opportunities along the river where you can climb up for a view. This is the view looking downstream from above the camp at river mile 55.4 across from Little Ferry Canyon.
Time 2008-05-25 04:00:00 GMT
Reported Date 1211688000
River Reported John Day
Reported Level 7800 cfs Low
John Day canyons
Photo by Thomas O'Keefe В© taken 05/25/08 @ 7800 cfs
Basalt Geology
Photo by Thomas O'Keefe В© taken 05/25/08 @ 7800 cfs
John Day rafting
Photo by Thomas O'Keefe В© taken 05/25/08 @ 7800 cfs
John Day scenic view
Photo by Thomas O'Keefe В© taken 05/25/08 @ 7800 cfs
Hoot Owl Rock
Photo by Thomas O'Keefe В© taken 05/25/08 @ 7800 cfs
John Day canyons
Photo by Thomas O'Keefe В© taken 05/25/08 @ 7800 cfs
John Day canyons
Photo by Thomas O'Keefe В© taken 05/25/08 @ 7800 cfs
Cliff Swallow Nests
Photo by Thomas O'Keefe В© taken 05/25/08 @ 7800 cfs
Palisades
Photo by Thomas O'Keefe В© taken 05/25/08 @ 7800 cfs
Basalt Geology
Photo by Thomas O'Keefe В© taken 05/25/08 @ 7800 cfs
author of album Thomas O'Keefe Details

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