Trail Condition: Class 2 (Trail may have tree roots or rocks jutting out. Navigation skills may consist of following rock cairns and choosing turns at junctions. Elevation gains may be more substantial.)
Length: 2 miles round trip
Fees: Entrance fee
Recommended Months to Visit:
Features: Not Technical, Appropriate for Scouts,
Hype:This easy, 1-mile trail takes hikers along the south rim of Cedar Breaks National Monument to Spectra Point. At Spectra Point is a 1,600-year-old Bristlecone Pine and amazing views of Cedar Breaks.
Closest City or Region: Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah
Coordinates: 37.611893, -112.837685
By Jeremy Dye
Jeremy Dye, Jake Bearnson, Elijah Wagner, Dylan Prince, Reese Barnes,
We took the 11-year-old Scouts on the Spectra Point Trail in Cedar Breaks as part of our August camp out.
The boys really enjoyed this easy hike. When we were all done, we went to bed. Then the next morning we made a quick stop at North View Overlook then we hiked down the Rattlesnake Creek Trail then continued down Ashdown Gorge.