Cedar Mountain

Cedar Mountain Guide

Cascade Falls

 (3.0)

Cascade Falls image

Hidden in the desert of Southern Utah is a significant waterfall that has several thousands of gallons of water rushing out of the side of a cliff and down the side of Cedar Mountain. This water source is one of the headwaters of the Virgin River, and comes directly from Navajo lake above it. A relatively easy quick half-mile hike will get you there to see it, and the whole experience can be had in under an hour.


Rating: 3.0
Aerobic Intensity: 2.0
Scenery: 4.0
Technical Difficulty: 2.0
Distance: 1.2
Elevation Range: 90 ft
Place:
Cost: Free

Cascade Falls

 (3.0)
Cascade Falls image

Hidden in the desert of Southern Utah is a significant waterfall that has several thousands of gallons of water rushing out of the side of a cliff and down the side of Cedar Mountain. This water source is one of the headwaters of the Virgin River, and comes directly from Navajo lake above it. A relatively easy quick half-mile hike will get you there to see it, and the whole experience can be had in under an hour.


Rating: 3.0 Aerobic Intensity: 2.0 Distance: 1.2 Place:
Elevation Range: 90 ft Technical Difficulty: 2.0 Scenery: 4.0 Cost: Free

Navajo Lake

 (2.0)

Navajo Lake image

Navajo Lake Summary


Rating: 2.0
Aerobic Intensity: 0.0
Scenery: 4.0
Technical Difficulty: 0.0
Distance: 0.0
Elevation Range: 0 ft
Place:
Cost: Free

Navajo Lake

 (2.0)
Navajo Lake image

Navajo Lake Summary


Rating: 2.0 Aerobic Intensity: 0.0 Distance: 0.0 Place:
Elevation Range: 0 ft Technical Difficulty: 0.0 Scenery: 4.0 Cost: Free

Brian Head Peak

 (3.5)

Brian Head Peak image

Brian Head Peak sits at 11,312 feet, and is the highest point in both Iron County and southwestern Utah. The peak can be driven to during the summer, and the local ski resort can drop you off for a back-country ski run during winter. The town of Brian head as well as the Brian Head ski resort sit at the base of the peak.


Rating: 3.5
Aerobic Intensity: 1.0
Scenery: 3.0
Technical Difficulty: 1.0
Distance: 0.0
Elevation Range: 11307 ft
Place:
Cost: $0.00

Brian Head Peak

 (3.5)
Brian Head Peak image

Brian Head Peak sits at 11,312 feet, and is the highest point in both Iron County and southwestern Utah. The peak can be driven to during the summer, and the local ski resort can drop you off for a back-country ski run during winter. The town of Brian head as well as the Brian Head ski resort sit at the base of the peak.


Rating: 3.5 Aerobic Intensity: 1.0 Distance: 0.0 Place:
Elevation Range: 11307 ft Technical Difficulty: 1.0 Scenery: 3.0 Cost: $0.00

Mammoth Cave (Utah)

 (3.0)

Mammoth Cave (Utah) image

Mammoth Cave is one of the largest lava tubes in Utah, and relatively young at only about 2000 years old. The cave has about 2,100 feet of passageways, 5 entrances, and from one end to the other (with the largest, main entrance in the middle), it is about 1300 feet long. Access to the largest of the caves is blocked from October through April to protect hibernating bats.


Rating: 3.0
Aerobic Intensity: 2.0
Scenery: 2.0
Technical Difficulty: 3.0
Distance: 0.0
Elevation Range: 0 ft
Place:
Cost: Free

Mammoth Cave (Utah)

 (3.0)
Mammoth Cave (Utah) image

Mammoth Cave is one of the largest lava tubes in Utah, and relatively young at only about 2000 years old. The cave has about 2,100 feet of passageways, 5 entrances, and from one end to the other (with the largest, main entrance in the middle), it is about 1300 feet long. Access to the largest of the caves is blocked from October through April to protect hibernating bats.


Rating: 3.0 Aerobic Intensity: 2.0 Distance: 0.0 Place:
Elevation Range: 0 ft Technical Difficulty: 3.0 Scenery: 2.0 Cost: Free

Point Supreme Scenic Overlook

 (3.5)

Point Supreme Scenic Overlook image

The view at Cedar Breaks National Monument is nothing short of spectacular. It shares much of the personality of the more famous Bryce Canyon, but is a mere 45 minutes off of I-15. If you can get there in springtime, it also arguably has the best wildflower collection in all of Southern Utah


Rating: 3.5
Aerobic Intensity: 1.0
Scenery: 4.0
Technical Difficulty: 1.0
Distance: 0.1
Elevation Range: 0 ft
Place:
Cost: $0.00

Point Supreme Scenic Overlook

 (3.5)
Point Supreme Scenic Overlook image

The view at Cedar Breaks National Monument is nothing short of spectacular. It shares much of the personality of the more famous Bryce Canyon, but is a mere 45 minutes off of I-15. If you can get there in springtime, it also arguably has the best wildflower collection in all of Southern Utah


Rating: 3.5 Aerobic Intensity: 1.0 Distance: 0.1 Place:
Elevation Range: 0 ft Technical Difficulty: 1.0 Scenery: 4.0 Cost: $0.00

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