How was Horseshoe Bend formed?

Geology of horseshoe bend. Horseshoe Bend is a dramatic example of an incised meander, a geological combination of a canyon and a river bend. First, a traditional meander was formed as faster moving water in the river eroded the wider or outer part of the river and then deposited the silt on the inside of the river.

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