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Strawberry Point is a public viewing area of the Pink Cliffs in southern Utah. The viewpoint does not come close to nearby Cedar Breaks National Monument but it does take you somewhere where you will probably be alone away from any crowds. A short walk from the parking and picnic area leads to the viewpoint. For the best view, an airy walk out to the very end is in order. If you like what you see, the nearby Virgin River Rim Trail meanders for several miles "along the rim". To access the point, it is one of the first turnoffs after turning off Highway 89, on to Highway 14. Look for the sign located near mile post 32. The gravel road leading to the point is another 9 miles.
The end of the trail at Strawberry Point
The Pink Cliffs from Strawberry Point
Navajo Lake overlook off Highway 14 west the turn-off for Strawberry Point Road
Elevation: 9,016 feet