In contrast, the Melford Formation has somewhat different rock types, including biotite, biotite-cordierite, sillimanite, and garnet-bearing schist, marble, quartzite, and granitic orthogneiss
(White and Boehner 2008).
In the study area lithological units is outcrops the second to fourth periods, which from old to new are as follows: phyllite, ouartzite, paragneiss, marble, shell, sandstone with tufa, volcanic rocks, crystalline limestone locally with fosolina, metamorphic volcanic and tufa, cherty limestone, phyllite, metamorphic quartzarenite, micaschist, metadolomite, amphibolite, limestone, shale and sandstone, schist hornfels, orthogneiss
, granodiorite, oput rock, shale and phyllite sandstone, granite, granodiorite, diorite, dolomitic lime, radiolarit breccia, rodist lime, orbitoline, radiolarat, black and blue marl with limestone, alluvium.
In the mid-1960s, clefts in orthogneiss
around the Ritter Pass and on the Gischihorn (horn = "peak") and Helsenhorn, about 10 km south of the Binntal, yielded slightly corroded but still sharp, deep rose-pink octahedral fluorite crystals to a remarkable 8 cm on edge (Graeser, 1995).
Western gradient (G2) is located at the boundary between orthogneiss
of the Orlice-Snieznik Complex (G3) and rocks of the Stronie Group and the Stare Mesto Belt (G4 + G5), which continues to north as the Hranicna Belt.