Cedar Breaks and Nearby Brian Head Peak


Southern Utah has its desert and red rock canyons but the higher elevations has its own appeal. Cedar Breaks National Monument and Brain Head Peak provide an alternative ecosystem that’s just a short drive away.

Sandstone formations known as hoodoos are a feature a Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah

 

 

 

You can drive to Brain Head Peak at 11,307 feet.

 

 

 

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5 comments

  1. Beautiful photos of a beautiful place! While living in Utah and Arizona I traveled through Southern Utah many times. It’s beauty is breathtaking!

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  2. That’s just such a holy place, captured through your eye.

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