cedar breaks

  1. Nick

    Cedar to Capitol Reef

    I've spent most of fall this year running around Utah riding my mountain bike. Not because I'm hugely into mountain biking - yes, it is fun, but more so because my side job of writing trail guides has expanded into also writing up some mountain biking trails around the state. 70 of them to be...
  2. pixie1339

    Cedar City to Zion June 2010

    I'm posting this trip report for @Laura, @sixstringsteve , and @Tess to help get the stoke going for our upcoming backpack in Zion. These pics are a few years old, and I took them before I got my first DSLR, but it gives a decent overview of the area we'll be hiking, and allows me to reminisce...
  3. Howells Outdoors

    Ashdown Gorge 5.29.2013

    Finally got out to hike the Rattlesnake Trail through Ashdown Gorge! AWESOME! There was still a few spots with snow up on Cedar Breaks, but the warm weather makes it great. We started off early and hit the trail by 8am. We started at the Rattlesnake Trailhead and worked our way down to the...
  4. Dave

    Ashdown Gorge, October 20 2012

    The Ashdown Gorge route has been on my to-do list for a couple of years now. I'd originally hoped to complete it in the spring of 2012, during a trip to Cedar Breaks for the annular eclipse. However, a major landslide in October 2011 had wiped out a portion of Utah S.R. 14 through Cedar Canyon...
  5. blueeyes

    Ashdown Gorge August 18, 2012

    I recently inherited the Red Rock Hiking group (http://www.meetup.com/Red-Rock-Hiking/) down here in St. George and have enjoyed planning small hikes here and there. I have wanted to hike Ashdown Gorge since seeing Bill’s gorgeous photos. I first planned the hike for end of July. Several people...
  6. TheDunedain

    Comb Ridge March 25-27 2012

    After finishing up a chainsaw project for my work at Potash near Moab, myself and a few co-workers decided to take a small trip to Comb Ridge for our few days off. I had been to Comb Ridge before and I was anxious to get back to see some familiar places and some new ones. We left our basecamp...
  7. Seldom Seen Anderson

    Ashdown Gorge

    I remembered Bill wrote in one of his TR's Ashdown was one of the best hikes in Utah. Ever since reading this, several years ago, I have wanted to hike Ashdown. Finally I was able to last week. Knowing because of the landslide the exit might be closed I called Cedar Breaks to ask their opinion...
  8. IntrepidXJ

    Mule Canyon

    The Maze and the Mesa | Day 8 Saturday, April 16, 2011 On Saturday we woke up again to yet another cold morning, but thankfully not quite as cold as the previous day. Originally we were planning on staying in our current campsite for the last night, but at the last minute we changed our plans...
  9. JamesM

    Krooked Kanyon

    I have been spending my free time discovering scenic places close to Cedar City that would make good adventure trips. I have found some great bouldering spots, some good camping and a bunch of interesting geological formations. Most importantly I have discovered a canyon. It is short but should...
  10. JamesM

    Snowshoeing Cedar Breaks National Monument

    I just lead a trip though the monument and up to the yurt in Cedar Breaks. We were hoping for a little snow, but NOAA was wrong again and we had bluebird skies. The group I was leading were Southern Utah University students who had never shoed before. They all did awesome!! It was a nice...
  11. Nick

    Kanarra Creek

    August 2011 This is the first of two trip reports from a 3 day weekend to the Zion area that I took with Audra over the weekend. We left Salt Lake Friday afternoon with just enough time to make it to Cedar Breaks National Monument for sunset. The clouds were looking awesome for a great sunset...

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