Geology, Wildflowers and Night Skies at 10,000 Feet

Crowning the grand staircase, Cedar Breaks sits at over 10,000 feet and looks down into a half-mile deep geologic amphitheater. Come wander among timeless bristlecone pines, stand in lush meadows of wildflower, ponder crystal-clear night skies and experience the richness of our subalpine forest.

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Winter Access

The park is open year round, but access can be a challenge mid-November through May. Learn more by clicking the photo above.

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Is the road open?

Follow this link to the Utah DOT's seasonal road closures page, if Hwy. 148 is closed, the road through the park is closed.

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Join a Guided Snowshoe Walk

Interested in learning how to snowshoe while experiencing the wonder of Cedar Breaks? Reserve your spot on one of our guided walks today.

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Fees & Passes

Learn your options when paying park entrance fees.

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Basic Information

All the critical information you need to know prior to your visit.

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Safety

Stay safe while exploring the park.

Last updated: January 12, 2022

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Cedar Breaks National Monument: Administrative Office
2390 West Highway 56 Suite #11

Cedar City , UT 84720

Phone:

(435) 986-7120

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