In this final segment of our three-part blog series, we’ve featured a national monument that we at the Lodge think you should visit.
Cedar Breaks National Monument is an amphitheater canyon that contains thousands of hoodoo geological formations. Designated a national monument in 1933, Cedar Breaks has since become known for its similarity with Bryce Canyon National Park, earning it the nickname “Little Bryce.” But we, at the Lodge at Red River Ranch, like Cedar Breaks just as much as Bryce Canyon. If you are in the area, stop by the rim overlook. It is a fabulous panorama of the national monument and the surrounding canyons. Take the time to hike into Cedar Breaks for a more personal experience with the unique geology. Read More