are first seen as colossal forms from Highway 84. Compare this to another set of cliffs and you'll begin to see why we refer to Corkins Lodge as "Your Own Private Yosemite."
1.7 billion year-old
sedimentary rocks from the Pre-Cambrian Era form the Cliffs
Freezing and thawing cycles,
wind, and occasional tremors are gradually breaking down the rock, but they won’t be gone anytime soon. Conifer and aspen forests blanket its edges, top and scree slopes. On the top of the Cliffs are 3 extinct volcanos.
The Cliffs dominate the view from the area of the cabins.
For the daytime fisher
they form an ever-changing backdrop as the sun reveals their different formations and detail through the hours of the day, clouds rise up from behind, and raptors catch updrafts along the face.