On Jan. 15, we were on our way through Cedar City on our way to Las Vegas. After four days visiting Zion (south), Bryce Canyou, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands, and Arches National Parks, we enjoyed the interlude in our day's drive. Turned out to be much more that a mere interlude. We enjoyed the very scenic road that traverses the western rim of Kolob Canyons which is the northwestern entrance to Zion National Park. On this cloudless, cold day, we were most of the time the only car on the road. Taking advantage of the solitude and the turn-outs to behold the majesty of the red rock mountain sides and interesting formations, we peered across and down into the canyons from a half dozen or so vantage points. By car one can only travel 3-4 miles into the park, but if you take I-15, exit 40, I'm sure you will find a whole new appreciation for this most tranquil section of Zion National Park.
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