UT 148 Closed
Utah Highway 148, the main road through Cedar Breaks National Monument, is closed for the winter season. The route is groomed as a snowmobile trail until mid-March.
Plan A Field Trip
The entrance fee is $4 per person age 16 and older (age 15 and younger are free).
Most groups visiting for educational activities will not be charged provided they are sponsored by accredited educational institutions. A fee waiver or fee exemption should be requested three weeks in advance. For forms and guidelines, please go to Academic Fee Waivers.
Student Groups 16 or older:
Fee waivers are granted to educational institutions whose curriculum relates specifically to the resources at Cedar Breaks National Monument. Applications and guidelines may be obtained by going to Academic Fee Waivers, or by calling the park at (435) 586-9451. Completed applications along with required documentation may be faxed to (435) 586-3813, or mailed to the Cedar Breaks Headquarters: Cedar Breaks National Monument, 2390 West Highway 56, Suite 11, Cedar City, Utah 84720. All applications must be received three weeks prior to anticipated trip. Recreational field trips do not qualify for a fee waiver.
Student Groups 15 or younger:
Fee exemptions are granted to groups of students 15 or younger, accompanied by adult sponsors. Please send a letter on official school stationary to the Cedar Breaks Headquarters (address above), or call (435) 586-9451 at least three weeks before your visit. Include the number of students and buses, number of adults, if a ranger program is desired, and the date and time of your visit.
If your group plans to hike, we recommend adequate supervision (one teacher/adult per 10 students for younger groups). Please ensure your students stay on the trails for their own safety as well as reducing the impact on the natural or cultural resources around them.
For more information on trails in the park, click here.
Ranger programs are available upon request. To see the available Ranger programs, click here.
Help Preserve Cedar Breaks
Cedar Breaks National Monument is a special place set aside to be protected and preserved for future generations. Please help take care of your national monument.
Remember, everything in a national park is protected, from the rocks to the plants and animals. To ensure the protection of Cedar Breaks and a memorable experience, please follow these guidelines.
For additional information
Please call (435) 586-9451 or (435) 586-0787 (summer only).
Did You Know?
When the Southern Paiute occupied this region, they referred to it as "u-map-wich," which translates to "the place where the rocks are sliding down constantly."