Whoa! Over 10,000 ft elevation, multiple scenic points, and an hour drive from our weekend home base.
After our morning on the ATV’s and a quick lunch, we headed to this beautiful National Park. The temperature plummeted as we drove up the mountain from 90 to 45 degrees. The trails were closed because of snow, instead of hiking we consumed each scenic view point and enjoyed the ranger stations.
Unparalleled views, Brad and I agreed this was the highest elevation we had ever been at. The entire drive was magnificent and I forced myself to stop taking pictures through the car window and tried to soak in the beauty.
If you want to see some of the most incredible scenery in the world: Cedar Breaks National Monument 5/5