. The large mesa to the right is North Caineville Mesa. Sandwiched in between in the distance are the snow-capped, laccolithic
At this location, the hogbacks, linear ridges and flatirons of the monocline have become rather subdued in their relief. To the south the fold merges with Waterpocket Fold, our next destination, which is a northwest-trending monocline that defines Capitol Reef National Park. The eastern, downwarped sides of these two massive folds have been instrumental in preserving vast tracts of easily eroded Cretaceous rocks in the Book Cliffs to the north and the Henry basin to the south.