- Hiking on 4 trails with wilderness camping opportunities
- Point Supreme Campground offers good amenities
- Enjoy the informative ranger-led programs at Cedar Breaks
- Many exciting outdoor activities amidst stunning natural scenery
Summer is high-season at Cedar Breaks UT but it still remains uncrowded. Popular activities include hiking, biking, nature-spotting, camping, ranger-led activities, star-gazing, wild-flower spotting and photography.
5-mile scenic drive around Cedar Breaks National Monument is a great way to orientate yourself with this breathtaking natural attraction.
4 different hiking trails from the easy 2-mile Alpine Pond Nature Trail to the strenuous 10-mile Cedar Breaks Bottom Trail. The Spectra Point/Ramparts Overlook Trail offers 2 or 4 miles moderate hiking on a loop trail.
Cedar Breaks Bottom trail takes backpackers 10 strenuous miles to the bottom of the hoodoos and allows for wilderness camping.
Away from air and light pollution this is an excellent area for stargazing.
See a 1600-year old Bristlecone Pine at Spectra Point. Enjoy the beautiful alpine wildflower meadows. Spruce, fir and aspens look stunning in the fall.
Cedar Breaks Campground at Point Supreme has 28 sites. Ideal base for enjoying summer activities. Water, restrooms, tables and fire grills provided and evening ranger programs. Open mid-June to mid-September.
Ranger led programs include campfire talks, geology talks, and guided nature walks. Call 435-586-9451 for times and details.