Mount Huethawali is a 6,281-foot-elevation (1,914 meter) summit located in the Grand Canyon, in Coconino County of northern Arizona, USA. It is situated 3.5 miles due east of Explorers Monument, 1.5 mile west of Grand Scenic Divide, and immediately southwest of Huxley Terrace. Surrounded by Garnet, Evolution, and Bass Canyons, Huethawali rises over 800 feet (245 meters) above Darwin Plateau, and over 4,000 feet higher than the nearby Colorado River.
The summit dome is composed of cream-colored Permian Coconino Sandstone. This sandstone, which is the third-youngest stratum in the Grand Canyon, was deposited 265 million years ago as sand dunes. Below the Coconino Sandstone is reddish, slope-forming, Permian Hermit Formation, which in turn overlays the Pennsylvanian-Permian Supai Group. Further down are strata of the cliff-forming Mississippian Redwall Limestone, Cambrian Tonto Group, and finally Proterozoic Unkar Group at river level.According to the Köppen climate classification system, Mount Huethawali is located in a cold semi-arid climate zone.
By elevation Mount Huethawali is
# 70 out of 144 in the Coconino Plateau
By prominence Mount Huethawali is
# 38 out of 875 in Coconino County # 19 out of 280 in Grand Canyon National Park # 6 out of 144 in the Coconino Plateau
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