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“cedar mesa” (2 reviews)
Bluff, UT
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Reviewed October 28, 2016

Hiking the trails along comb ridge and cedar mesa was a first, and an absolutely fabulous experience. For one, there were few people hiking and the trails were not well marked...making this an experience we used to have in our national parks. Now that our...More

Thank Jan H
Reviewed September 10, 2016

Almost all the drainages coming out of the comb and flowing easterly have something to see in them as well as enjoying the solitude.

Thank tornillo2015
Reviewed March 22, 2016 via mobile

It's dusty, remote, pristine and a treasure trove of ancient relics. Petroglyphs, pictoglyphs, pottery chards and ruins from an ancient civilization are common.

Thank High_Miles
Reviewed October 18, 2015 via mobile

One of the many beautiful geological landmarks of the Cedar Mesa area, best picture time is in the morning or evening when sun is low.

Thank christine102262
Reviewed October 12, 2015

I have been there many times, including many hikes and three backpacking trips. Every time I marvel at the natural beauty of the geology and archaeology. Lots of sites to visit an so close to Bluff which has nice lodging and eatereis.

Thank John P
Reviewed July 27, 2015

Comb Ridge, just west of Bluff Utah, is often photographed but not often visited. Just off the Butler wash road on the east side of Comb Ridge there is access to the many of the ridges canyons some of which contain petroglyphs and ancient pueblo...More

2  Thank Joseph D
Reviewed June 30, 2015

The great thing about this are is there is plenty to explore. But I am of the mind set that you have to do your own research and search out those things you want to discover. This weeds out the casual observer who may be...More

Thank roliver67
Reviewed May 1, 2015

Pick a canyon any canyon. It's just great hiking for the spring/fall season. Lots of very early American indigenous history in the rocks.

1  Thank Joesph M
Reviewed April 25, 2015

Lower and lower-angled than Waterpocket Fold and San Rafael Reef. Excellent for first exposure to slickrock hiking and short canyon hiking with small Anasazi ruins scattered around. Cruising sloped slickrock is like technical snow climbing -- go wherever your fancy takes you.

1  Thank David H
Reviewed April 20, 2015

We followed the brochure in the Bluff Visitor's Center which wasn't 100% accurate, but got us to the parking spot at the end of the road. We hiked down to the edge of the canyon and there, my younger daughter got a case of cold...More

2  Thank Laura L
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