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Mile 65.5 - Chuar-Lava Hill

Chuar Hill, named for Chuarrumpeak a leader of the Kaibab Band of Southern Paiutes, overlooks the river above Lava Canyon and is composed of hardened basalt. Tucked along the eastern slope of Chuar Hill is an abandoned mine adit called the Copper Grant, operated around the turn of the 19th century by George McCormick. In addition to the Copper Grant, McCormick likely worked a mine across the river from Chuar Hill near Palisades Creek.

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