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Bryce Canyon National Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument recognize the importance of protecting night skies and providing interpretive programs to educate visitors.
Cedar Breaks National Monument was preserved in 1933 and encompasses nearly 603,000 acres.
This research examines the relationship between lightscapes and visitor enjoyment by comparing the responses of day-use visitors with those attending night sky-related interpretive programs at Bryce Canyon National Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument.
A total of 1,650 visitors (day-use and night sky program attendees) to Bryce Canyon National Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument were approached and asked to complete a short survey regarding their park experience.
A total of 1,179 visitors to Bryce Canyon National Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument served as participants.
Brian Head is also a cross-country skier's haven, with 22 miles of marked trails and access to nearby Cedar Breaks National Monument.