Cedar Breaks National Monument

Cedar Breaks National Monument

Things To Do in Cedar Breaks

Things To Do

Evening Programs Evening Programs are offered every night from mid-June to mid-October at 9:00 p.m. at the Campground Amphitheater. It can be cool at night so remember a jacket. In case of bad weather, the programs will be moved to the Visitor Center. See a Ranger at the Visitor Center ...

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Walking & Hiking

Hiking Pets, bikes, or motorized vehicles are not allowed on any of the hiking trails located within the monument. Spectra Point/Ramparts Overlook Trail This is a four-mile round-trip along the rim, with spectacular views in all directions. The bristlecone pines, one of the longest-living species of trees, are found ...

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Winter Activities

Winter Events Winter at Cedar Breaks can be a wonderful experience for those prepared for extreme winder conditions. Although the Cedar Breaks Scenic Drive is closed by deep snow during the winter months (late November to mid-May) and no visitor services or facilities are available, winter access into the ...

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