Cedar Canyon (10/01/2006) Entrance to Cedar Canyon to the East of Cedar City.
Side Road (10/01/2006) A side road at Milts Utah climbs to the Base of Lone Tree Mountain.
Coal Creek (10/01/2006) Coal Creek is a primary source of water for Cedar City.
Coal Creek (10/01/2006) A view of Coal Creek from the bridge near Milts, Utah.
Cedar Canyon (10/01/2006) Cedar Canyon east of Cedar City, Utah.
Cedar Canyon (10/01/2006) Cedar Canyon East of Cedar City.
Cedar Canyon (10/01/2006) Cedar Canyon outside Cedar City, Utah.
Canyon Bend (10/01/2006) A long slow bend carved into the ancient sandstone of Cedar Canyon East of Cedar City, Utah.
Cedar Canyon in the Fall (10/01/2006) Highway 14 in the Fall.
SUU Mountain Center (10/01/2006) A getaway for Southern Utah University along Highway 14.
Fall Colors (10/01/2006) Southern Utah puts on her Fall Colors above Cedar City.
Wood Ranch Recreation Area (10/01/2006) As I recall, this is the Wood Ranch Recreation area on S14.
Fall Colors in Cedar Canyon (10/01/2006) Fall Colors on State 14.
Desert Plateau (10/01/2006) Aspen in the Cedar City area
Pink Cliffs (10/01/2006) Pink Cliffs viewed from State Road 14 near Cedar City, Utah.
State Route 14 at Pink Cliffs (10/01/2006) SR 14 needs to wind through a little section of pink cliffs, then we will be at the top.
Cedar Canyon (10/01/2006) Looking back down SR14 toward Cedar City and aspen covered mountains of Utah.
Cedar Canyon (10/01/2006)
Road Cut (10/01/2006) This road cut in Cedar Canyon exposes some relatively recent Sandstone. It is interesting how this chalky stone has eroded since the digging of the road cut.
Zion Overlook (10/01/2006) A telephoto view toward Zion Canyon from SR14 near Cedar Breaks. (Click picture for larger view).
Zion Canyon Overlook (10/01/2006) This is a wider view from the Zion Canyon Overlook on SR14 near Cedar Breaks. Click picture for close up.
Navajo Lake (10/01/2006) This picture provides a glimpse of the Navajo Lake Causeway viewed from Utah Highway 14.
Lava Flows (10/01/2006) Navajo Lake was formed by these lava flows on the Aquarius Plateau a few thousand years ago. That is not very long ago.
This gallery includes pictures of Cedar Canyon that starts just east of Cedar City, Utah
Cedar City, Utah
(93 pictures) The Canyon is to the East of Cedar City.
(26 pictures) The Cedar Canyon Road connects with the dirt road through the Kolob Plateau.
(13 pictures) Route 14 runs to the North of Navajo Lake.
Cedar Breaks National Monument
(51 pictures) Cedar Canyon accesses Cedar Breaks National Monument.
(25 pictures) Parowan Canyon is to the north of Cedar Canyon.
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