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How to Get There
How to get to Cedar City, Utah and the Cedar Mountain Remote Viewing Summit
The most direct way is by air into the convenient Cedar City Municipal Airport. Delta Airlines has two scheduled flights daily, connecting from Salt Lake City. https://www.delta.com/
Another, relatively close option is the St George Utah airport. There are more flights into St George from American, Delta and United and Skywest. If you fly into St George, you will have to rent a car or ride share for the remaining 60 miles to Cedar City.
Las Vegas Harry Reid International is the closest large airport to Cedar City, at 180 miles/3 hours away. Options from Vegas include rental cars and the reliable and affordable St George Shuttle system (see below).
Salt Lake City International is approximately 250 miles/4 hours by rental car or Salt Lake Express shuttle (see below)
From the SOUTH (California or Nevada). Drive north on I-15 through the Virgin River Gorge (spectacular) and through the north west corner of Arizona. If you’re coming from California you will pass through Las Vegas and Mesquite, Nevada and through St. George Utah. The two Best Western properties where the block of rooms are reserved in the center of Cedar City are most easily accessed from Exit 59.
From the NORTH (Salt Lake City and from points to the north). Drive south on I-15. The two Best Western properties where the block of rooms are reserved in the center of Cedar City are most easily accessed from Exit 59.
HOW TO GET TO THE SUU MOUNTAIN CENTER FROM THE HOTEL
The Summit organizers will provide transportation for those who don’t have their own vehicles. Currently, the plan is to depart the Best Western parking lot at about 08:30 in the morning (in time for breakfast at the Mountain Center), and return to the hotel once dinner is over at the Mountain Center in the evening.
If you are driving from either Best Western, turn south on Main Street for two blocks to Center Street/University and turn left/east (towards the mountains). As you leave the edge of town (about 1/4 mile) this becomes UT Highway 14. The SUU Mountain Center will be on your right a ways after you pass Mile Marker 9. There is a large, gravel parking lot on the east side of the Center.
Order your ticket now, and become one of only 50 people allowed to attend the Cedar Mountain Remote Viewing Summit.