Brochures

These publications are created through the National Park Service and are to be freely distributed for public use. Please feel free to download, print and share!
(All require Adobe Acrobat Reader for viewing.)

 
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Cedar Breaks National Monument Park 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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Cedar Breaks 2016/2017 Winter Visitors Guide

Visiting Cedar Breaks during the winter? Check out our Winter Visitors Guide. Get information on how to best access the park, snowmobile regulations, winter yurt hours, guided snowshoe hikes and more!
 
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2016 Cedar Breaks Visitors Guide

Most general information about the park can be found in our Visitors Guide. This is useful for people planning a trip to the park and the surrounding area.

 
Ranger showing information to a child and her mother.

Junior Ranger Booklet

Download one of our Junior Ranger Booklets 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!

 
Illustration of Cedar Breaks Geologic layers

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.

 
Old Truck in front of Brian Head peak.

History Handout

An introduction to the history of Cedar Breaks;The historic significance of the Civilian Conservation Corps and their importance to Cedar Breaks, the old Historic Lodge, and the Southern Paiute who occupied the area.

 
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Lightning Handout

Discusses the relevance of lightning at a higher elevation and the threats and safety issues that come with lightning strikes.

 
Spruce tree stand with many dead trees.

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.

 
Patch of red, yellow and blue wildflowers.

Wildflower Handout

Cedar Breaks is home to a wide variety of wildflowers. This illustrated handout names and describes some of the most common flowers that bloom in the monuments meadows.

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

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

Cedar City, UT 84720

Phone:

(435) 586-9451 x4420
The number above will contact our Administrative office in Cedar City. You can contact the monument directly, from mid June - mid October, by calling (435) 586-0787.

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