A Hiking Guide To Cedar Mesa
The Cedar Mesa country in southeast Utah is a land of convoluted cliffs with arches, natural bridges, hoodoos, spires, hat rocks, ledges, and alcoves. It is a land of flash floods and extreme temperatures that demands much from those who would explore it. It is also an unparalleled museum of geological features and ancestral Puebloan culture. This fascinating culture flowe...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published May 9th 2001 by University of Utah Press
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I have used this book on two separate hikes: Bullet Canyon and the Moon house ruin on the east side of Cedar Mesa. I am looking forward to continued use of this guide on future hikes. There was one item already out of date - it is permissible to park much closer to Moon House trail head than the book states. That cost us a 20 minute walk across the mesa top.