Indeed, Where in the West - May is the San Rafael Swell, which is in more-or-less central Utah. The distant cliffs seem to go by either "Book Cliffs" or "Roan Cliffs" - and I don't know what the difference might be - with the Mancos Shale forming at least the lower parts of the cliffs. I-70 bisects the Swell into a northern and southern half. I-70, therefore, might be an antecedent highway. [Well, that's not really the case - the highway no doubt WAS built AFTER the uplift of the Swell - so maybe it's a "post-cedent" highway! Sorry for these non-technical terms, it just seems to be the facetious mood I'm in.]
We do have a winner - MJC Rocks of Geotripper commented first with the correct name and location! Brian of Clastic Detritus came in with a second unsure comment mentioning the San Rafael Swell. And now, Callan Bentley of NOVA Geoblog has come in third (or second, depending on how you think this should be scored.
Many other rock formations are still up for grabs, as are structural and geomorphic features.