Cutbank Sandstone

Ellerslie Member is replaced by the Sunburst Member, Taber Sandstone and Cutbank Sandstone Lexicon of Canadian Geologic Units. Mannville Group Retrieved
No. 254, Saskatchewan, Canada Cutbank River, tributary of the Smoky River in western Alberta, Canada Cutbank Sandstone member of the Lower Mannville

Kiskatinaw means cutbank in Cree. The Kiskatinaw Formation is composed mostly of quartz sandstone at the base, and shale with thin tight sandstone toward the
western Alberta in the Hinton - Grande Cache - Grande Prairie area, and in the Cutbank area in northeastern British Columbia. Elbow Falls flows over a Cadomin
running short. Sternberg instructed George and Levi to carefully remove the sandstone above the skeleton, and Sternberg himself set off for Lusk with Charles
in historical times and created a waterfall historic: Laufen At the cutbanks one can find rocks, formed by the lime stone of the upper Muschelkalk.