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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Ski & Snowshoe

Cedar Breaks is an excellent place to ski or snowshoe during the winter.

A snowmobiler gives a thumbs up at a snow-covered overlook.

Learn about snowmobiling opportunities at Cedar Breaks during the winter.

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Fees & Passes

Learn park entrance fees and passes. Purchase passes in advance of your visit!

Stone and wood sign for Cedar Breaks National Monument.
Basic Information

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

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Stay safe while exploring the park.

Last updated: May 19, 2023

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

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

Cedar City, UT 84720


(435) 986-7120

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