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.
About 2 hours from St. George but worth the Views. You will be over 9000 feet in elevation so a light jacket may be needed but the views are worth the drive.
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.
About 30 degrees cooler in the summers! Beautiful vistas & hikes. Epic stargazing at 10,400 feet elevation & no light pollution!
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.
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“An amazing collection of historical petroglyphs from the Native Americans. ”
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“Beautiful views and great food!! An old-fashioned steak house in the mountains above Cedar City Utah. You will enjoy the food while watching humming birds buzzing around the windows and occasionally wild mule deer can be seen wondering outside. ”
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“Fun place to ride ATV’s, camp, have a picnic and explore! Only 7.2 miles away!”
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“Awesome place to see views of three states! Views of Brian Head resort and surrounding area...cool place to hike around. ”
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“This is by far my favorite hike here locally outside of Zion National Park. It has beautiful slot canyons and even has a natural rock water slide at the end of the hike. Warning your shoes will get wet so plan accordingly.”
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