Circle of Painted Cliffs: Cedar Breaks National Monument, UT

At an elevation of 10,350 feet above sea level, Cedar Breaks National Monument is the highest national park in Utah. This park is renowned for its spectacularly colored cliffs, bright blue skies, and breathtaking 100-mile views of the Great Basin. Cedar Breaks is loosely sandwiched between two southwestern Utah national parks—Zion and Bryce Canyon. It […]

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