Cedar Mesa and Bears Ears National Monument Day Hiking passes are required year-round for day hiking in the Bears Ears National Monument - Shash Jaa Unit and canyons of the Cedar Mesa Special Recreation Management Area (SRMA). Locations where a day hiking pass is required include:
Passes are not valid for overnight backpacking or Moon House day hiking. A separate permit is required for these activities, which may be obtained at Cedar Mesa and Bears Ears National Monument Permits.
If you have questions regarding day hiking passes, please call the BLM Cedar Mesa Permit Office at (435) 587-1510 or email email@example.com.
Passes are valid for day hiking in Bears Ears National Monument and the canyons of Cedar Mesa.
Passes are not valid for overnight backpacking or Moon House day hiking. A separate permit is required for these activities and may be obtained at the Cedar Mesa and Bears Ears National Monument Permits page (http://www.recreation.gov/permits/273374).
Maximum group size is 12 people.
All passes are required to be visible on your vehicle's dashboard during your visit. For annual passes, a vehicle hang tag must be obtained in person or by mail from the BLM after purchase. Please refer to the Additional Pass Details section of your PDF Pass for further instruction.
Day and 7-Day passes can also be purchased in person with exact change at the Kane Gulch Ranger Station and at most trailheads. Look for a kiosk and brown metal fee tube with white envelopes.
Passes are non-transferable, non-refundable, not replaceable if lost or stolen, and are void if altered or reproduced.