Photos by Wayne Parker, Red Rock Jeep
A miniature Bryce Canyon, this natural amphitheater spans some three miles, and drops 2,000 feet off the plateau toward the town of Cedar City. In summer, the high rim of the canyon is dazzling with verdant forests and brilliant wildflowers. Hiking only along the rim. Open late May through mid October.
Hiking - Spectra Point & Ramparts Overlook Trail, Alpine Pond Nature Trail, Campground Trail, Rattlesnake Creek Trail - beautiful hikes that overlook unique rock features, cedar forests, and beautiful fields full of wildflowers in the spring and summer
Wildflower Festival & Fall Colors - enjoy beautiful colors in July and late-September/early-October
Star Party - hosted by Cedar Breaks National Monument and located at Point Supreme Overlook
Junior Ranger Programs
Located on Utah Hwy 148, Cedar Breaks is east of Cedar City and southwest of Panguitch. UT Hwy 148 branches off of Hwy 14 to the south and runs into Hwy 143 to the north.