Cedar Breaks National Monument, UT
|Location:||Utah Highway 148|
Cedar Breaks National Monument is a rim that is over 10,000 feet above sea level, 2,000 feet deep and spans some 3 miles with meadows that line the pink coral cliffs. It is a natural amphitheater of color and grandeur. Cedar Breaks National Monument stands out from the mountains that surround it.
Cedar Breaks National Monument located 23 miles for Cedar City, Utah. This coral pink cliffs that stand out clearly in the mountains around them. It makes a natural amphitheater of color and beauty. The coral cliffs has a wealth of spires and columns that stand out from the weathering of time. The rim of the canyon is over 10,000 feet above sea level. Cedar Breaks is located in the Cedar Mountains.
Cedar Breaks is very similar to Bryce National Park in it collection of spires and columns. But is located a few miles away from Bryce. The rim of Cedar Break has a nice scenic drive around it. Well worth the drive to see the different views of the cliffs. The highs of Cedar Break makes it a nice place to escape from the heat of the desert floor below.
Many fields in along the scenic drive have wild flowers and show the vegetation of the area nicely.