CEDAR BUTTE WILDERNESS STUDY AREA
In Idaho, BLM manages nearly 37,000 acres of public lands in the Cedar Butte Wilderness Study Area. Lava flows here date back over 10,000 years. Several species of mammals live here including rodents, mule deer, antelope, coyotes, rabbits and over 100 species of birds including sage grouse and mourning doves.
Located in Bingham County 42 miles west of Idaho Falls Idaho.
The access roads surrounding Cedar Butte WSA are not maintained and there is no snow removal during the winter months. The access roads could be washed out, rutted, or overgrown with vegetation. High clearance vehicles with 4 wheel drive are recommended.