There are 31 trails with a total length of about 4 miles. They range from easy trails of only a few hundred feet to difficult trails 1/5 mile in length. The trails are organized in relation to the five unique topographical features at Cedars: Sage Flat Area, Ruby Springs Drainage, Center Ridge Area, Cabin Creek Drainage, and West Ridge Area.
Flowers, trees, cacti, shrubs, moss and lichen, and more. Glorious diversity in 40 acres: about 200 that we know of!
Accessible by our trail system.
Admire them, draw them, paint them, photograph them, or commune with them.
Or discover a new one!
In addition to mule deer, rock squirrels, bobcat, chipmunk, and cottontail, we have infrequent sitings of badger, prairie dog, coyote, marmot, mountain lion, packrat, raccoon, weasel-ermine, porcupine, striped skunk and civet.
Plus, 91 species-varieties of birds, insects, arachnids and reptiles to numerous to count.
When you intuitively feel something is missing in your life, come to Cedars for a personalized Nature and Art Journey and experience natural connections to re-discover creativity and re-awaken your senses.
As you explore the natural world abundant at Cedars, we will guide you and hold your hand.