Cedar Ridge Arch

    This arch is visible from the highway if you look in the right place. We parked at N36°  29.296'  W111 34.614'. You then look to the east and you can see what appears to be an alcove. That is actually the arch. If you look at the next 2 pictures you will see what it is you are looking for.


cedar arch

cedar ridge arch


    We drove back a little drive and got some good pictures of the actual arch. If you turn off the highway at N36° 28.752' W111° 34.394'' and head east you will cross a cattleguard and when the road curves to the right you will need to go left and go past 3 old structures that appear unused. When you get back to the fence at N36° 28.901' W111° 34.160' you will be where we took the following pictures. There is a crossroad at these coordinates and we headed north about 100 yards to get the pictures with the sky showing. Warning - Do Not take this drive if the ground is wet or you will need a tow-truck to get back to the highway!

cedar ridge arch

cedar ridge arch

cedar ridge arch


cedar ridge arch


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