Due to its high elevation and remote location, Cedar Breaks National Monument has one of the darkest skies in the country. Star parties are held in the summer to celebrate the beauty. Don't miss the Perseid meteor, peaking August
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The same forces of nature that shaped Bryce Canyon National Park were at work also in Cedar Breaks National Monument, in southwestern Utah, creating a smaller but even more colorful rocky landscape in the form of a gigantic amphitheater.
Cedar Breaks National Monument, just east of Cedar City Utah, is a natural amphitheater much like Bryce Canyon and Red Canyon but it is more highly eroded. The elevation here is over ten thousand feet and many parts of the park are inaccessible during the winter due to snowfall and mountainous roads. #ExploreFiveMore #CedarBreaks