See the Fall Leaves: Cedar Breaks National Monument

    Now! Now is the time to go. Don’t delay! Cedar Breaks is beautiful year round (even in the snow if you can get there). But right now the leaves are changing colors, and if you want to see one of the most beautiful spots in Southern Utah for fall colors, Go Now and Go to Cedar Breaks. We are on the tail end of the Autumn color season.

    Cedar Breaks is a national monument that often gets overlooked, even by the locals. It is the park that we pass by on our way to Brian Head, Bryce, Zion or even up to the cabins and recreation area of Duck Creek. I say take the time and make the stop. It’s worth a day trip just being 25 miles up the canyon from Cedar City. Even if it isn’t your ultimate destination, it’s a great side trip.

    cedar breaks 2There are five outlook points; stop at all five. The view is beautiful and subtlely different at each. If you want to hike there are a few trails, but they are more walks than strenuous hikes—still beautiful, though.

    If you don’t make it up in time for the fall leaves, be aware that the road (highway 148) closes after the first heavy snow storm and doesn’t re-open until the spring, so plan accordingly.

    For more detailed information visit the National Park Site.

    Take a picnic, rejuvenate and enjoy the day.

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