Cedar Breaks National Monument
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It's absolutely gorgeous! Cedar Breaks is a seasonal must see! The rock formations are very unique and picturesque. In the winter the access highway is often closed due to snow. Absolutely check the road status before you go. It's definitely worth the afternoon to go see. This is one of my personal…
One of the most breath taking views in all of Southern Utah. Overlooks Zion National Park and much of the untouched landscape of Southern Utah. Make a day of it and hike Cascade Falls, fish at Navajo Lake, and eat dinner in Duck Creek Village before going home.
Cedar Breaks is always an incredible experience. In the winter it's great for cross country skiing or snow shoeing. In the summer it's fun to hike around, see the views, and attend the Flower Festival. In the fall I love to drive through and see the colorful leaves. Perks: the national park pass…
Breathtaking views only 20 minutes away. Great hiking too. A mini Bryce Canyon .
Get away from the Bryce Canyon crowds and out of the heat here. A lot of fun backroads to explore around this area that offer similar rock features to Bryce Canyon.
Our favorite place to get out of the heat and enjoy nature. Ranger activities, night sky activities, hikes. The view is not unlike the Grand Canyon on a smaller scale but just beautiful. Bathrooms. Gift shop.
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“Our peak has the best view around at 11,307 ft. From the top, one can see into neighboring states such as Arizona and Nevada. The stone hut on the very tip of the peak was built between 1935-1937 by the Civilian Conservation Corps; ever since its construction, it has become an icon on the peak. It not only provides a taste of Brian Head's past, but also a breathtaking view. (Literally, breath taking since it is so high in elevation). Just before reaching the peak, you'll see the Sydney Peak Trailhead, which is the jumping off point for several of the hiking and mountain biking trails in Dixie National Forest, including Dark Hollow, Bunker Creek, Sydney Peaks, Spruces, and Mace's Run. Restrooms are located at the trailhead. *Note: The road to the summit is accessible in the summer and fall seasons only. ”
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“This slot canyon hike is so beautiful and unique it has been featured on National Geographic! The hike starts in Kanarraville which is an 18 minute drive south of Cedar City. Plan to walk up the river the entire hike. Appropriate shoes are a must! It's gorgeous and a great summer trip. You can hike in as far as you like or as short as you like.”
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