Cedar Breaks Lodge

223 Hunter Ridge Rd, Brian Head, Utah, 84719, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 223 Hunter Ridge Rd, Brian Head, is near Brian Head Resort, Brian Head Resort Mountain Bike Park & Activity Center, and Bunker Creek Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Brian Head

    Unexpected Surprise

    A travel blog entry by etrain on Sep 14, 2014

    6 photos

    ... were already starting to change and the quietness of a ski resort in early fall was amazing. The drive up the remaining 500ft of elevation was great. We received small glimses of what we would ultimatly be hiking near.

    The large break in the side of the mountain from tree lined to bright rocks was amazing to me. The 4ish mile hike was one of the most relaxed and peaceful of the week. Not only were there ...

    Canyons and camping

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 17, 2014

    ... a mild obsession with cheese. "Do you want cheese with that?" Is a common question, and the addition of double cheese or triple cheese to a simple turkey sandwich is a regular occurrence. When I say I don't want cheese, it's as through I've said I don't breathe Oxygen! In one deli we went to, it was impossible to buy a sandwich that did not have at least one slice of cheese on it, and pizzas come with double cheese as standard.
    After lunch, in a truly stunning spot - ...

    Last day at Zion National Park.

    A travel blog entry by janet306 on Jul 29, 2014

    15 photos

    ... a canyon through which the Virgin River flows. There were very few people hiking at this time so we had the trail mostly to ourselves. The views were absolutely stunning, with the canyon walls rising at least 400 feet above us. The walls had been scoured out by wind and water leaving them with amazing contours and stripes of different coloured rock. It's a good idea to have hiking poles or walking sticks for ...

    Current Hobby: Hell of a Hiking Trip

    A travel blog entry by abradleyx3 on Jun 07, 2014

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    ... on this hike in recent years, this excursion will test my strength and courage. I will be forced to cross waist-high water dozens of times, which will accelerate my leg fatigue. Also, I will meet a bunch of nature lovers and other die hard backpackers and mountain climbers. I do not want to get intimidated by their determination and total passion for what they are probably going to be doing better than I am. Lastly, I hope the novelty won't wear off.
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    Cedar Breaks National Monument

    A travel blog entry by jonmatters on Jun 09, 2013

    1 comment, 18 photos



    This is a small version of Bryce Canyon National Park. A condensed version, but more color variation in places. I did the same 4 mile hike twice in one day. The second one was to see what the place would be like at sunset, seeing as it faces west. Unfortunately, there wasn't much of a
    sunset, but I ...