Cedar Breaks

We chose to travel to Cedar City, our base for visiting Cedar Breaks National Monument, via Scenic Byway SR143 which took us through Brian Head. This is a ski resort, but the view from the top of the peak is equally attractive in summer. Cedar Breaks itself was like a mini-Bryce Canyon, but surrounded by beautiful meadows full of wildflowers.

We then came full-circle, because close to Cedar Breaks is the northernmost part of Zion, the first park we had visited over two weeks previously. This is Kolob Canyons:

We were almost at the end of our holiday – but not quite. We still had the journey back to Las Vegas to catch our plane home.

5 thoughts on “Cedar Breaks

  1. cvail March 24, 2015 / 07:48

    Anabel, Love your shots!


    • Anabel Marsh March 24, 2015 / 08:09

      Well, as usual, mostly John. Though – not to take anything away from that (well a bit) – you can hardly miss with those red rocks!


  2. Birgit March 20, 2015 / 19:26

    I can’t believe the flowers! They are so beautiful, like an oasis among the rocks

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  3. Alex Hurst March 20, 2015 / 13:34

    Cedar Breaks is amazing! That has to go on my bucketlist!


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