Cedar Breaks National Monument lies at an elevation of over 10,000 feet atop the Colorado Plateau. Cedar Breaks is nature’s own amphitheater that has been changed and eroded over millions years. The canyon is over 3 miles long and over 2000 feet deep. Ancient Indians called it the “Circle of Painted Cliffs” because of its shape and natural vibrant color. This breathtaking view will awe all who visit, even the most experienced travellers from around the globe.