Cedar Breaks National Monument


Cedar Breaks National Monument

Cedar Breaks sits at 10,000 feet and consists of a half-mile deep amphitheater, vast meadows with wildflowers, towering Bristlecone pines, and breathtaking views. The area resembles a smaller version of Bryce Canyon and was named “Circle of Painted Cliffs” by Native Americans. Cedar Breaks is incredibly popular during the summer months due to the spectacular wildflowers, hiking trails, and a cooler alternative to the sweltering Southern Utah heat. 


Address: Cedar Breaks National Monument, 4730 South Highway 143, Brian Head, UT 84719

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