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2019 Cedar Breaks Summer Visitors Guide

Information not found on our park map is here! Find details about park trails, ranger programs, camping, the surrounding area and more. This guide is useful for people planning a trip to the park and the surrounding area.

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Cedar Breaks National Monument Unigrid Brochure

This is the official Unigrid brochure for Cedar Breaks National Monument. It includes a park map, and basic information about the campground, facilities and visitor activities in the park.
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Junior Ranger Booklet

Download our Junior Ranger Booklet and print at home! You can complete and then mail to Cedar Breaks, or visit us in person to earn your Junior Ranger Badge! Make sure to include your name and mailing address and we will send you back the signed certificate, booklet and a Cedar Breaks junior ranger badge!

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Photo Copyright by Bettymaya Foott

2019 Southwest Astronomy Fest Brochure

September 27-29 participate in free astronomy events all around Southern Utah, Eastern Nevada, and Northern Arizona. Download the 2019 Southwest Astronomy Festival schedule here! Visit the Southwest Astronomy Festival website for more information.
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Geology Handout

A brief overview of how the formations of Cedar Breaks were created. This handout covers the different geologic processes that built up and then eroded the stone into what you see today.

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Bristlecone Pine Tree Handout

Learn more about these miraculous trees that are some of the oldest living organisms on earth!

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Spruce Bark Beetle Handout

As you travel up the mountain and throughout the Monument, you will notice many dead spruce trees. This brochure offers you an explanation for why so many trees have died in recent history.

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Cedar Breaks Winter Visitor Guide

Visiting Cedar Breaks during the winter? Check out our Winter Visitor Guide. Get information on how to best access the park, snowmobile regulations, winter skiing and snowshoeing in the park and more!
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Rattlesnake Creek Trail & Ashdown Gorge Wilderness

Learn more about this wildernees trek that traverses public and private lands, including Cedar Breaks National Monument.

Last updated: November 21, 2019

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

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

Cedar City, UT 84720


(435) 586-0787 x4040
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