The Miller Point Trail is found at Cathedral Gorge State Park. The Miller Point Overlook has outstanding views of buff-colored canyons, cliffs and spires. Deer browse in the area around Miller Point and many venture into the Gorge in the late fall and winter. Several species of non-poisonous lizards and snakes are abundant. In summer, the Great Basin rattlesnake may be found. Cathedral Gorge is located 1 mile north of the intersection of US Highway 93 and State Route 319. The park sits at an elevation of 4,800 feet and is open year-round. The area is typically arid with hot summers and cold winters. Summer temperatures range from 95º F at midday to 55º F at night. Rainfall is variable and thunderstorms are common.