Cathedral Gorge State Park is open all year long, although it’s unusual cliffs can be particularly stunning in the winter with a covering of snow. If you’re looking for a time to visit this spectacular park, now is it! Hikers, campers and photographers will find this to be the perfect Winter Nevada park.

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Cathedral Gorge State Park is located off of US 93 where it intersects with State Route 319. The closest town is Panaca. The park is open 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. every day, except for winter holidays. There is a fee for day use and for camping.

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