Cedar Breaks National Monument
8 mi 13 km of trail — 1 Featured Hike
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.
To learn more about Cedar Breaks National Monument, visit www.nps.gov.
The Cedar Breaks National Monument Visitor Center is open daily from 9 am to 6 pm from late May to early October. The Visitor Center is closed from mid-October to late May. During the winter months after Scenic Drive closes, the Winter Ranger Station will be open on the weekend from 11 am to 2 pm.
Fees & Passes
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Camping & Lodging
- 10 reservable sites (8 RV/tent and 2 tent only sites)
- 15 first come, first served sites
Food & Drink
Outfitters, Tours, & Shuttles
Maps & Guidebooks
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2.2 mi 3.5 km#1 Alpine Pond Trail
|2.2 mi 3.5 km||Parowan, UT||7|
5.4 mi 8.7 km#2 Rattlesnake Creek Trail #32051
|5.4 mi 8.7 km||Parowan, UT||
Mostly Dry, Fallen Trees - I wouldn’t recommend going past the third clearing unless you’re camping at the creek
79 days ago
0.4 mi 0.7 km#3 Campground Trail
|0.4 mi 0.7 km||Parowan, UT||3|
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