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Tag Archives: Cedar Mesa hikes
Sipapu Bridge Hike…and a Secret Ruin
It’s not supposed to be cold and windy in southeastern Utah at the end of April. I’d envisioned clear blue skies, warm sun, and hiking in shorts and short sleeves. What we got was highs in the 40s, and 25 … Continue reading
Moon House Ruins, Cedar Mesa, Utah
Just being out in nature is usually motivation enough to get me out on a hike, so I know I’d be willing to traipse around the canyons of southeastern Utah even if there weren’t cool ruins and rock art to be … Continue reading
Posted in Adventure, Hiking, Outdoors, Southwest hikes, Travel Tagged Anasazi Ruins, Cedar Mesa hikes, Grand Gulch Primitive Area, Moon House Ruin 11 Comments