The Scenic Drive To Cedar Breaks National Monument Is Almost As Beautiful As The Destination Itself

Cedar Breaks National Monument is one of the most under-appreciated national monuments in southern Utah. The red rocks and stunning views are breathtaking but are often overshadowed by nearby destinations like Bryce Canyon National Park and Zion National Park. While this national monument is absolutely beautiful, it’s not the only reason to venture here. The scenic drive to this area is almost just as beautiful. In fact, it may become one of your favorite scenic byways in Utah.

Be aware that Cedar Breaks Scenic Byway closes during the winter month, although you can still explore this route on a snowmobile if there is enough snow. For more information on Cedar Breaks National Monument, including current road conditions, hikes, camping, drives, and more, visit the National Park Service website.

Have you been to Cedar Breaks National Monument in southern Utah? Did you drive the Cedar Breaks Scenic Byway in its entirety? Let us know in the comments and don’t forget to share any photos with us as well!

If you searching for another beautiful scenic drive in Utah that deserves a spot on your bucket list, check out our list of nine backroads in Utah that are perfect for a long scenic drive.

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Address: Cedar Breaks National Monument, UT-143, Brian Head, UT 84719, USA