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Cedar Breaks National Monument

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Cedar Breaks National Monument features forests, meadows, and spectacular geology all located at 8,000 to 10,000 feet. This park offers a wide variety of landscapes to explore ranging from a half-mile deep geologic amphitheater, forests of timeless bristlecone pines, lush meadows of wildflowers, and rich subalpine forests, all encompassed by crystal-clear night skies.

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Local Info

Please Note: There are no singletrack trails within Cedar Breaks National Monument that are open to mountain bikes. This page serves as a general overview of the area. If you're visiting the park and looking for places to ride, check out the following areas:

Visiting Tips

Cedar Breaks National Monument is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Winter operating hours for roads and most visitor facilities are dependent on weather. Scenic Drive (Utah Highway 148) is typically closed after the first heavy snowfall around mid-November and reopens in late May. Current conditions and additional information on trails, roads, and weather can be found at the park's website.

Fees & Passes
To learn more about park fees, click here.

Camping & Lodging

There are 25 camping spots at Cedar Breaks Point Supreme Campground. Camping is available from mid-June to mid-September. Reservations can be made online at

  • 10 reservable sites (8 RV/tent and 2 tent only sites)
  • 15 first come, first served sites

Food & Drink

Food services are not available at Cedar Breaks National Monument, but can be found in the nearby towns of Brian Head, Duck Creek Village, Cedar City, Panguitch, and Panguitch Lake. Visitors are welcome to picnic in the area by the Point Supreme Campground.

Other Activities

When not out on the trails or camping at Point Supreme, visitors to Cedar Break can enjoy the scenery of the park through a variety of events hosted by the park including the Wildflower Festival, Star Parties, and the Plein Air Art Event. Visitors may also want to make an effort to visit during early October to see the amazing fall colors. Winter brings the opportunity to explore the park by snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. Additionally, if you are looking for things to do outside the park, there are many great trails for mountain biking located north at Brian Head Resort and in the surrounding areas. Visit Cedar Break's website for more information on the park's other activities.

Cedar Breaks National Monument Biking

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