Cedar Breaks is home to many wildlife species.
Landscapes at Cedar Breaks
Photos of the different geological features of Cedar Breaks National Monument.
Many bird species make Cedar Breaks their home.
Cedar Breaks has a rich legacy in Southern Utah.
Cedar Breaks remote location, dry air, and high elevation make it a great place to view the night sky.
Cedar Breaks geologic amphitheater is 2500 feet deep. The most commonly used word to describe it is "wow."
Cedar Breaks is home to over 260 wildflower species. A few of the most common can be found here. For more, download our free app: The Wildflowers of Cedar Breaks National Monument
Projects and programs that are either held for or ran with students.
Last Updated: 04/17/2015