Author: Jim Beard
ISBN 1-58939-959-5 (softcover)
Cedar Mesa was prehistorically occupied by the Anasazi from at least Basketmaker through early Puebloan times. The author began hiking on Cedar Mesa sometime in the 80's. Starting in 1997 he began to more intensively explore Cedar Mesa, focusing on the paleogeography of the Anasazi. This book is a collection of reflections from the author's personal journey through this Anasazi homeland.
This is the second edition of Sandstone Way, and the hiking guidebook has been extracted into a separate book, Cedar Mesa Hiking.
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