The Cedar Mountain Remote Viewing Summit will unfold in the rustic, picturesque SUU Mountain Center, owned and maintained by Southern Utah University. Standing close against groves of pine and aspen trees at an elevation of 8,300 feet along Utah Highway 14, the Center is a short, breath-taking drive barely ten miles up Cedar Canyon from the eastern edge of Cedar City. Visible from the Center, high ridges of Utah’s famed Color Country peek (and peak!) above the tips of the pines towards the sunrise.
SUU MOUNTAIN LODGE
SUU Mountain Center, Cedar City, Utah
As the Center’s webpage describes it, “Located on a 2,800-acre ranch, the Mountain Center is a 6,000-square foot log cabin with indoor and outdoor amenities,” and includes “an extra-large dining space, full kitchen, fireplaces,” some limited lodging space, as well as “an expansive great room and loft” (where we will hold all presentations and workshops).
To the SUU Mountain Center from Cedar City
The Center is near mile marker 10 on Utah state highway 14. Highway 14 begins at the intersection of Cedar City’s Main Street and Center Street (also called University Boulevard) and from the intersection runs east along E. Center Street and on up through Cedar Canyon. You will be impressed by the stunning views! If you are driving yourself, always be alert for migrating mule deer in the road way.
11 MILES TO CEDAR CITY
Lodging is not included in the Summit attendance fee, and we anticipate that most of those attending will be staying in nearby Cedar City.
TO CEDAR CITY
Cedar City, UT is located approximately 60 miles north of the Utah/Arizona border on Interstate 15, and about 250 miles south of Salt Lake City along the same route.
The nearest large airport is Harry Reid (formerly McCarran) International Airport in Las Vegas, approximately 180 miles south along I-15. There are two options to get from Las Vegas to Cedar City: rental car, and shuttle. A regular shuttle route is offered by St George Shuttle. One-way cost is about $39.
Other airport options are St George regional airport, which is approximately 60 miles south of Cedar City, just outside of the city of St George Utah. Again, rental car and shuttle are the best ways north to Cedar City.
Cedar City itself has a small airport with two daily passenger flights from Salt Lake City offered by Delta Airlines. This is the most direct way to Cedar City for attendees from out of state and not otherwise within driving distance.