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Cedar City, UT 84720
- About 20 miles east of Cedar City and I-15.
- National Park
Resting on top of the Colorado plateau, at over 10,000 feet in elevation, this breathtaking view awaits. Millions of years of sedimentation, uplift, and erosion carved out this giant amphitheater, that spans some three miles, and is more than 2000 feet deep. Due to minerals that have been deposited over time, the cliffs of Cedar Breaks National Monument display an amazing rainbow of warm hues.
From early June to mid-October, the Visitor Center is open daily from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.
$4 Per Person (Valid for 7 Days)
This fee is for all visitors, age 16 or older, entering the park with a private, non-commercial vehicle. Children age 15 and under are free, and entrance fees are not charged to holders of a valid Interagency America the Beautiful Pass, Senior Passes, Access Passes, Cedar Breaks Annual Passes, Golden Age Passports, or Golden Access Passports.
Visitors traveling south on I-15, exit at Parowan, then take Utah Highway 143 east, to Cedar Breaks National Monument. Visitors traveling north on I-15, exit at Cedar City, then take Utah Highway 14 east for 18 miles, then Utah Highway 148 north for 4 miles, until you reach Cedar Breaks National Monument. Visitors traveling north or south on U.S. Highway 89, can take either Utah Highway 143 from Panguitch to Cedar Breaks National Monument, or Utah Highway 14 west, to Utah Highway 148 north, to Cedar Breaks National Monument.