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Cedar Pocket Road
Arizona

Cedar Pocket road leaves I-15 at the Cedar Pocket exit in the virgin river gorge. The road heads north then west through the Beaver Dam Mountains wilderness area eventially ending on CO HWY 91. 

Copyright: Calvin Jones
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