THE EVERITT'S TRAVEL OUT WEST. SUMMER 2014 travel blog

 

 

 

 

It was so cold and windy. Think the wind chill had to...

 

 

 


Cedar Breaks is at 10,000 to 10,500 elev. Of course the day we went up there it was only in the low 60's at our park so at that elevation it was in the high 30's. Brrrr. They call the Cedar Breaks "The Amphitheater". They call Cedar Breaks one of the most beautiful places in southern Utah. It is shaped like a huge coliseum and is over 2,000 ft deep and over 3 miles in diameter. Took millions of years to carve this huge bowl. The stone spires stand like statues in a gallery alongside columns, arches and canyons.These are all the result of erosion from rain, ice and wind.



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