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Adventures Of The Boondocking Photographer: Jailhouse and Moon House Ruins

Jailhouse and Moon House Ruins The focus of this boondocking adventure is Jailhouse and Moon House Ruins both found in southern Utah. The ruins and the surrounding scenery are off the charts. Plan on spending a day hiking to and enjoying the surrounding area for each ruin. Moon House Ruin is located west of Blanding, Utah. From Blanding take US 191 S for four miles. Turn right or west on UT-95 N for 28.4 miles. Turn left or south on UT-261 S for 10.1 miles. Turn left or southeast on Snow Flat Road or County Road 27 for 8.2 miles until you find a two-wheel drive parking lot and sign in box. Four-wheel drive vehicles can turn left here and drive for another 1.2 miles ...

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Cedar Breaks National Monument

Cedar Breaks National Monument – The Place of Adventure and Beauty Shrouded with cliffs, spires, canyons, and walls, the aesthetics of Cedar Breaks National Monument are a paradox of nature. This is where ruggedness takes the form of beauty. Located in the state of Utah, close to Cedar City, Cedar Breaks is regarded as the country’s natural amphitheater, which stretches over three miles and is more than 2,000 feet deep. With an elevation that reaches a height of 10,450 feet at the Markagunt Plateau, the majestic Cedar Breaks is hardly remembered for the Cedar trees because there are no Cedar trees here. Those who discovered the Cedar Breaks mistook Junipers to be Cedars. Established in 1933, the Cedar Breaks National Monument has been formed over ...

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