Located in southwestern Utah, Cedar Breaks National Monument protects a 3-mile long natural amphitheater. The rim of this beautiful monument rises 10,000 feet above sea level, resulting in snowy weather throughout the year. You have several options for how to get to Cedar Breaks National Monument.
The best way to get to Cedar Breaks National Monument is by car. The nearest airport is Cedar City Regional Airport, which can be accessed via connecting flights from Salt Lake City. Once there, the airport is about a half an hour drive from the monument.
If you have a car or plan to rent one, you’ve got several routes available for driving to the park, including via I-15 or US Highway 89. This national monument is only 60 miles from Bryce Canyon National Park, 79 miles from Zion National Park at Springdale, and 45 miles from Zion National Park at Kolob Canyons.