2014-2015 Winter Season Has Begun
Park facilities, including the campground, restrooms and visitor center are closed for the season. UT 148 will remain open until snow forces its closure. Until that time regular traffic is permitted, but caution is advised in winter conditions. More »
Every fall, Southern Utah is ablaze with brilliant colors. Groves of quaking aspens blanket the mountains in golden yellows, sunny oranges, and fiery reds that glow in the sunlight. Experience this annual display at Cedar Breaks by touring the monument's six-mile scenic drive and exploring the Alpine Pond Trail. To learn more about how you can see these wonderful colors, click here to download additional information.
During the fall you can access an up-to-date web report on the fall colors found around the Brian Head, Panguitch Lake, Cedar Breaks, Duck Creek, Cedar City, Parowan Canyon, Kolob/Zion, and Scenic Byways U-14 and 143. Visit www.scenicsouthernutah.com for more information.
Did You Know?
Cedar Breaks National Monument can get about 250 days of freezing temperatures during the year. This freezing process contributes to the erosion that shapes the Cedar Breaks amphitheater.