Beautiful every season...Southern Utah's terrain and climate offer exciting outdoor recreational activities all year long. Located at 9,600 feet elevation with fresh, crisp mountain air and breathtaking scenery, it's the perfect place to be. Explore the world's largest concentration of national treasures including Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon National park, and Cedar Breaks National Monument, and enjoy it all from Southern Utah's finest high mountain resort, Cedar Breaks Lodge & Spa.
Escape to the beauty of this unspoiled wilderness in Southern Utah this winter. Enjoy hiking, mountain biking, beautiful scenery, National Parks, scenic chairlift rides and more!
EVENTS and HAPPENINGS:
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From April 15 - June 10 the rooms in the main building will not be available. We will replacing the elevator and working on other projects. Until further notice, we still plan on opening The Lounge, Gift Shop, Day Spa, Bar & Grill, Cafe, Double Black Diamond Steakhouse and the pool area. For updates on our projects, please visit our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter or call us at (435)677-3000.
Starting May 28th, Highway 143 will be under construction between mile posts 13-14. The road is still open with a one lane road and temporary street lights to direct traffic.
Looking for the perfect gift? Call our reservations department 9am-5pm, Monday through Friday to purchase a Cedar Breaks Lodge gift certificate. Gift certificates toward lodging, dining, spa services & merchandise, and gift shop purchases available. Let us help you put together the perfect gift for your friends and family.
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. "Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop off you like falling leaves." - John Muir -