Alluvium and colluvium
Wasatch and Evanston? Formations undivided.
Mutual Formation, Mineral Fork Tillite, and Big Cottonwood Formation (16,000 feet thick).
Lake Bonneville deposits
Mud and salt flats
Geertsen Canyon Quartzite (upper part of the Bingham Group).
Farmington Canyon Complex and Little Willow Schist and Gneiss (2.6 billion years old).
Bloomington Formation, Maxfield Limestone, and Ophir Formations.
Bloomington, Blacksmith, Ute, and Langston Formations.
Browns Hole (570 my), Mutual, Inkom Formations; Caddy Canyon Quartzite, Papoose Creek, Kelley Canyon, Maple Canyon, and Perry Canyon Formations; Diamictite member
Leatham Formation, Beirdneau Sandstone, Hyrum Dolomite, and Water Canyon Formation.
St. Charles Formation, Worm Creek Quartzite, and Nounan Dolomite.
Older alluvial deposits
St. Charles Formation and Nounan Dolomite.
Hambug Formation and Deseret Limestone.
Alluvial materials, Axtell and Harkers Formations
Fish Haven Dolomite, Swan Peak Quartzite, and Garden City Limestone.
Gardison and Lodgepole Limestones.
Tuffaceous sediments, mudstone, sandstone, valley fill.
Great Blue, Humbug and Deseret Formations.
Beirdneau Sandstone, Hyrum Dolomite, and Water Canyon Formation.
Metaquartzite and schist.
Park City and Phosphoria Formations.
Echo Canyon Conglomerate and Henefer Formation.
Frontier Formation - includes the following members: Upton Ss, Judd Sh, Grass Creek, Dry Hollow, Oyster Ridge Ss, Allen Hollow, Shale Member, Coalville Member, Chalk Creek, Springs Canyon, and Longwall Ss.
Clayton Peak and Pine Creek stocks.