Twisted, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah, United States

Photograph by Annie Kramer


After spending some time in stunning, but well-populated Zion National Park, we drove north through unexpected lava fields and through the Dixie National Forest to the humbly and quietly dramatic Cedar Breaks National Monument. Cedar Breaks is sublime natural contrast at its best: twisted 3,000-year-old bristlecone pine trees set against the backdrop of red rock hoodoos and amphitheatre.

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