• Cedar Breaks amphitheater

    Cedar Breaks

    National Monument Utah

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  • Highway 148 is Open

    UT 148, the main road through Cedar Breaks, is open! The Visitor Center and restrooms are open, and Point Supreme Campground will open June 6. More »

Support Your Park

Cedar Breaks National Monument
 

Do your part
The National Park Service cares for America's treasures, and you can help.

  • Be a good park visitor. Take nothing but photographs, leave nothing but footprints. Enjoy yourself and remember future visitors who will come after you hoping to enjoy these American treasures too.
  • Support stewardship of the park by becoming educated about the park's natural and cultural resources.
  • Be a volunteer. There's nothing more rewarding than warm thanks from visitors who you helped connect to the park and it's resources!
  • Support the park's bookstore. The park bookstore is run in cooperation with the Zion Natural History Association. Proceeds from book sales help fund exhibits and programs.
  • Keep informed on park issues and provide comment during park planning processes.
  • Be a good steward by obeying park regulations, including, but not limited to: picking up trash; keeping dogs leashed; leaving precious resources undisturbed, including artifacts; and not using metal detectors.

Did You Know?

Bristlecone Pine

The oldest trees in Cedar Breaks National Monument are the Bristlecone Pine. One Bristlecone is over 1,600 years old. You can view this tree on the Spectra Point Trail.