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Monday, October 10, 2005

LA Times Article Says Utah is Alive With Fall Colors

“...Once outside the park (Zion), Utah 9 connects to U.S. 89 and Utah 14, which work their way through Dixie National Forest, past the log cabins of quaint Duck Creek Village, to Cedar Breaks National Monument. The natural rock amphitheater — about 9 square miles and 2,000 feet deep — is wrapped in bright colors. The Paiutes called it "the circle of painted cliffs." And indeed, it is a work of art: a gallery of spires, natural arches and ledges carved by snow, wind, rain and patience.”

See the article and view the accompanying photo gallery.


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