Spectacular views! great for photos. Need to walk around to get different angles of the views.
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we were so disappointed after hiking awesome Bryce Canyon, this seemed to be so out of the way, so small, so boring, and so high up in the mountain > 9500 ft elev. + our hotel (Cedar Breaks Lodge) was the worst in service! staff ignored our plugged overflowing toilet!
On our 6/2012 trip, we also visited the south and north rims of the Grand Canyon, took a rafting trip on the Colorado River, visited the Hoover Dam and Lake Powell, Bryce, Zion and Escalante National Parks and Cedar Breaks was by far the most fun. I loved the cool, breezy mountain air which was a change from the dry... More
went here during a week-long Utah stay. it was the off-season so didn't have to pay (but also meant having to pee in the woods due to closed restrooms). My husband tried to do the Alpine Pond Trail, but near the end the passage was blocked and he didn't get to the pond. It would have been nice if at... More
If youv'e seen Bryce canyon, Cedar Breaks is it's twin from another perspective. At 10,000 feet plus, WOW!, and the best part is no crowds. Approching from the west use 143 and 14 as alternates, both are spectacular. So glad we went. One comment about wild flowers, late June to early July are peak.
We're doing a circuit of national parks in southern Utah, and Cedar Breaks is overshadowed by Bryce (which it resembles), Zion, Arches, etc. But we found it was definitely worth a visit. The massive amphitheater of red rock formations is spectacular to behold from each of four easily accessible overlooks. But what makes the park really different is the absence... More
This National Monument is like a little Bryce Canyon. Two great hikes here. Park Ranger talks very interesting. Can see it all in 4 hours--compact but beautiful.
Came back to Cedar Breaks after a 40 year absence. It is still a beautiful, impressive view. The wildlife is still there. The oxygen is still missing. The Breaks are at 10,340 feet and walking around up there is pretty difficult for a flat-lander. But we managed a 2 mile loop trail that was stunning. This is a poor man's... More
No wheres near as big as Bryce but still a must see! Can be very windy there so bring a jacket or something warm. We saw both Parks in one day when we stayed in Cedar City. Do rt 20 to Bryce and rt 14 back after Cedar Breaks to Cedar City. Kind of make a big circle.
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