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A city in the Iron County in the US state of Utah, Cedar City is located at a distance of around 180 miles north of Las Vegas on Interstate 15. It is a large town that is perched on the edge of flat rangeland adjacent to the heavily forested highland of the Markagunt Plateau. Cedar City is a suitable base for exploring the Markagunt Plateau. During the summer season, tourists on Cedar City vacation can enjoy hiking, horseback riding, fishing, and biking in beautiful natural settings. During the winter season, Brian Head Ski Resort, 30 miles northeast of the city, offers the best snow skiing in southern Utah as well as exciting cross-country skiing. This city is also a somewhat more distant base for visiting Zion National Park, located 60 miles south, and Bryce National Park, located 65 miles east. During the late summer, this city becomes a destination itself during its famous “Utah Shakespearean Festival”. Other festivals include the Midsummer Renaissance Fair and Neil Simon Fest. Summers in Cedar City are hot and sunny, yet the dry air makes the heat actually pleasant. These months are best times to visit the Cedar City to take advantage of the local celebrations. During peak time, the flight tickets and hotel prices are on high side and hence it is smart to book Cedar City travel package in advance to avoid paying extra.

Places of interest in Cedar City
Frontier Homestead State Park Museum:

Frontier Homestead State Park Museum was opened initially as Iron Mission State Park in 1980. It is an interesting museum that boasts assortment of agricultural implements, pioneer craft, horse-drawn vehicles, and rotating art exhibits. It also offers guided curation tours and a Junior Curator program.

Frontier Homestead State Park Museum:

Offering tourists with a brilliant geology and vibrant background, Frontier Homestead State Park Museum is hidden within the mountains above the city. The geologic amphitheater and lovely environs offer cool hiking trails, ancient trees, high elevation camping, and over the top vistas along the "Circle of Painted Cliffs". The magnificent amphitheater is an extensive cirque made up of limestone, sandstone, and shale.

Dixie National Forest:

Dixie National Forest, a United State National Forest headquartered in Cedar City, occupies approximately two million acres of area across southern Utah. This forest is the largest national forest in the state and straddles the divide between the Colorado River and the Great Basin. In this forest, there are four designated wilderness areas offering wide range of flora and fauna species. These areas are Ashdown Gorge Wilderness, Box-Death Hollow Wilderness, Cottonwood Forest Wilderness, and Pine Valley Mountain Wilderness.

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