Cedar Mountain Blanket

Regular price $399.99 3 reviews

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  • Reversible
  • 64" x 80" (163 x 203 cm)
  • Napped, felt bound
  • 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton
  • Dry clean
  • Made in USA

The Hualapai, or People of the Tall Pines, have been residents of the Grand Canyon region for more than 800 years. Traditionally, they moved between plateau and canyon, hunting game and raising crops wherever water flowed. The Hualapai tell a legend of how a great flood rose, covering Earth in a huge lake of water. No one could move about. Pack-i-tha-a-wi, a Hualapai hero, strode into the water carrying a gigantic flint knife and a heavy wooden club.He plunged the knife into water-covered Earth, using the club to drive it deeper and deeper until a canyon was formed. Through this magnificent canyon, the floodwaters flowed into the Sea of Sunset. The grateful Sun shone down on Pack-i-tha-a-wi’s handiwork, baking the surface into the vibrant colours and fantastic shapes seen today in the Grand Canyon, including Cedar Mountain. Rising to 7,057 feet, this dramatic cedar-covered mesa is part of the Moenkopi Formation on the southeastern side of Grand Canyon National Park.

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Steven B.
Canada Canada
As always the perfect thing.

Ever blanket that we have ever gotten has been perfect.

Pauline W.
cedar mountain blanket

excellent experience. easiest purchase i ever did online. Also, as I am First Nation and live on reserve, they exempted the tax. The bonus is that the blanket is super awesome...i love it.

Catharine E.
Excellence lasts....

What can I say, I have had a Hudson Bay 4 point, blanket, since my husband and I, married, over 42yrs later, this blanket is still warm and amazing. I went to your pg on net, and loved the beautiful designs, and yes especially, the ; CEDAR MOUNTAIN, design. Very beautiful design work, (as a work of art), I am very pleased, With my new blanket. Also, I thought, after all those years, of marriage and all those very great memories with our Hudson Bay blanket, I deserved a new and very beautiful blanket. Thank You Kindly Catharine

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