Isis Temple, in the Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA is a prominence below the North Rim, and adjacent Granite Gorge. The prominence lies north of the north bank of the west-flowing Colorado River, and is just north of Middle Granite Gorge. The Trinity Creek and canyon flow due-south at its west border; its north, and northeast border/flank is formed by Phantom Creek (Phantom Ranch) and canyon, a west tributary of Bright Angel Creek; the creeks intersect about 3 mi southeast, and 1 mi north of Granite Gorge.
Isis Temple is about 5 mi directly north of Grand Canyon Village on the South Rim, Grand Canyon; the Village is the west terminus of Arizona Route 64-(East Rim Drive), and north terminus of U.S. 180, from Valle, Arizona, and Williams, (about 58 mi south).
Isis Temple is part of an uplifted, and sub-faulted block, (about 3.5 mi long x 2.0 mi wide), with a sub-peak landform, Cheops Pyramid, 5,392 feet (1,643 m), about 1600-ft (490 m) lower in elevation, and 1.0 mi southeast of the Isis Temple prominence. The Isis prominence is composed of erosion resistant cliff-forming Coconino Sandstone.
By elevation Isis Temple is
# 95 out of 280 in Grand Canyon National Park
By prominence Isis Temple is
# 82 out of 5677 in the Colorado Plateau # 8 out of 875 in Coconino County # 3 out of 280 in Grand Canyon National Park # 3 out of 203 in the Kaibab Plateau
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