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January 18-21, 2013
Southern Utah University
Contact: Dr. Todd Petersen
Cedar Breaks National Monument
lies on the edge of the Colorado Plateau. At over 10,000 feet in elevation the views over the red rock cliffs of "The Breaks" is breathtaking at any season but there is something special about a winter trip into the monument. The highlights of snow on the cliffs, quiet solitude, and crystal clear night skies make it a wonderful January get away.
Cedar Breaks has invited Southern Utah University and NCHC Honors students to spend a four-day weekend in the monument's winter station as part of their long range planning efforts to increase and improve winter use. PITP will also use this project to test the feasibility of adding other winter adventures to our program.
Travel to Park: 35
Accommodations: CAMPING, YURT-TENT, QUINZEE
Food Prep: UNASSISTED, GROUPS
Phys. Demands: MODERATE/DIFFICULT
Cedar Breaks National Monument - NPS