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Cedar Breaks National Monument

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Cedar Breaks National Monument
Centered around a natural amphitheater where the plateau top breaks away into a series of mini-canyons this intimate national monument is often compared to be a miniature version of Bryce Canyon. Along the ridgelines between the carved canyons stand interesting rock formations which have been named things like Chessman Ridge, Point Supreme, Shooting Star Ridge, and The Bartizan. Hiking in the monument ranges from the easy and paved Sunset Trail that stays up above the rim to the nearly 10-mile Rattlesnake Creek Trail that drops below the rim and provides the option of exploring up into the canyons of the break.
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Highway 143 East, Brian Head, UT 84719, USA
+1 435-586-9451
Sun - Sat 9am - 6pm