National Parks / Natural World
Cedar Breaks National Park Cedar City
Where is it at?
Cedar Breaks National Park
2390 W. Hwy 56
Tel: (435) 586-0787
Where are we going today?
When can we go?
From May 24th to mid-October, the visitor center is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.. All vis
What people are saying?
by Kerri Decell
One of my favorite places on earth. That, and all of the wilderness around it. If only I could live there again.... Shakespeare in Cedar City, afternoon at Cedar Breaks, picnic dinner on an alpine ridge - what a place!
by Shawn Bagley
One of my favorite spots to watch the sunset.
by Amy Graham
Neat place to visit and the kids did the Jr ranger program. Rangers were very nice. may want to stay at one of the lower campgrounds, the one next to Cedar breaks a small
by Sam Brown
by Tom Smith
by Tom Smith
1. Much smaller than Bryce but worthwhile; admission only $4 compared to $25 at bryce
2. two main hikes; one around alpine pond [lower trail is more difficult but better views]; the other more challenging one is to rampats overlook or you can just go up to spectra point [great views]
3. small visitor center has great views from windows
4. is on the way to bryce canyon national park is driving from I-15 from las vegas or salt lake city
5. restrooms only in visitors center
6. i went in september but apparently road is closed due to snow in winter