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The Ultimate Southwest Vacation includes Cedar Breaks National Monument!

Experience the Spectacular Canyon Country Tour

Stay in Mt. Carmel Jct., the heart of the parks, and visit the treasures of the Southwest.

Mileage: Mount Carmel Jct.
Cedar Breaks 45 miles
Dixie Forest 22 miles
Zion National Park 12 miles
Bryce Canyon 60 miles
Grand Staircase 9 miles
Red Canyon 47 miles
Sand Dunes 11 miles
North Rim 85 miles
Toroweap 90 miles
South Canyon 75 miles

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In these pages you will find insiders information on Cedar Breaks National Monument. This detailed guide includes road maps, park maps, pictures, trail beta, backpacking, history, fees, geology, flora, fauna, campgrounds and things for kids to do.

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Directions to Cedar Breaks

U-143 Closure Dates. U-143 to Cedar Breaks closes at times in the winter, due to snow depth.

From Las Vegas: Take I-15 north to Cedar City. Take U-14 east from Cedar City to U-148 and turn left to Cedar Breaks.
From Arizona: Take US-89 north through Mount Carmel Junction and turn west on U-14. Turn right at U-148 to Cedar Breaks.
From Salt Lake City: Take I-15 south, exit at Parowan. Take U-143 to Cedar Breaks.
From Mount Carmel Junction: Take US-89 north to U-14. Follow U-14 to U-143 and Cedar Breaks.

Cedar Breaks

The magnificent hoodoos of Cedar Breaks National Monument are a must-see when in Southern Utah.

 

 

 

Scenic Byway 148 to Cedar Breaks

Savor the powerful emotion as the incredible beauty of Cedar Breaks National Monument befalls you for the very first time. Experience the high mountain wildlife in the warmth of summer, partake in the coolness of the crisp air each spring and the solace of snow capped mountains in the late fall. Think color, because it will fill your senses year-round in Color Country, giving in to overabundance in the fall on the high mountain top of Cedar Breaks. map

America the Beautiful Pass

America the Beautiful Pass This one fee pass will allow entrance into all US Federal Lands. The pass can be purchased online or at the gate of any of the parks.

Highway 148 Winter Closure

Highway 148 closes each winter from late October or early November to late May. Cross country skiers and snowmobiles visit the park throughout the winter and snowmobilers are allowed on snow packed highway 143.
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Highway 143

The Utah Highway that turns off of Highway 14 to go to Cedar Breaks is U148 however as soon as it leaves Cedar Breaks and hits the junction that either goes to Panguitch Lake or Brian Head it ends as U148 and becomes U143.

"Heart of the Parks"

Return to Mount Carmel Junction, the junction of scenic byways 9 & 89, for nearby lodging. The East Zion Riverside RV Park will entertain you with resort amenities at campground prices. Walk along the Virgin River or enjoy the abundant wildlife when walking the grounds at night. Golf on the lush Thunderbird Golf Course for only $10 a game or walk around the grounds where ducks, geese and deer roam. Stay at the Best Western East Zion Thunderbird Lodge or the East Zion Riverside Lodge with amenities galore.

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The best things in life are nearest: Breath in your nostrils, light in your eyes, flowers at your feet, duties at your hand, the path of right just before you. Then do not grasp at the stars, but do life's plain, common work as it comes, certain that daily duties and daily bread are the sweetest things in life.

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