Cedar Breaks National Monument is closing down visitor facilities and services for the year, including ranger programs, fee collection, and restroom facilities. The restrooms and park store at Point Supreme will remain open and staffed until Oct. 15. Ranger programs and fee collection end Oct. 9.
Although services in the park will no longer be available, visitors are still allowed come to hike and enjoy the park. State Route 148, overlooks, and trails will remain open to the public until the first deep winter snow.
Visitors should check the weather at Cedar Breaks before heading up the mountain and be aware of potentially cold, icy, or snowy conditions when driving at the highest elevations within and surrounding the park. As fall transitions into winter, trails and roads have increasing potential to be muddy and icy, so off-roaders and hikers should exercise caution as well. In addition, visitors should visit the nearest restroom facilities located in Brian Head, Duck Creek, and Cedar City before heading out.
Up-to-date information on the status of State Route 148 through Cedar Breaks is available at the Utah Department of Transportation’s road status page.