The high elevation -- 10,350 feet at the visitor center -- is likely to cause shortness of breath and tiredness. Those with heart or respiratory conditions should consult their doctors before making the trip to Cedar Breaks. During thunderstorms, avoid overlooks and other high, exposed areas -- they're often targets for lightning.

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