Every turn of the road presented more views of incredible color.
At times, the highway passed close to the north rim of Black Canyon, providing views of the narrow lakes formed behind other dams.
Approaching the town of Crawford, the nature of the scenery changed just a little. There were large swaths of mixed colors, much like an artist's palette. I'm not that familiar with this area, but I believe the formation in the last photo is called Needle Rock. I need to do a little more exploring in that area.
Incidentally, I finally got around to editing a video from Cimarron Road. It can be viewed at Cimarron Road. Also, you may find it interesting that Stan's Travels have been viewed well beyond the U.S. and Canada. Google keeps track and reports viewers in the following countries: