Indian Canyon. US 89 from Kanab to its junction with State Hwy 12. This byway follows an old Indian trail between Price Valley and the Uinta Basin.
The Indian Canyon Scenic Byway is 47 miles long and takes 1 hour to complete.
Bicentennial Highway – Southwestern / Southeastern Utah
State Hwy 95 from Hanksville to US 191 near Blanding. This route is the gateway to Natural Bridges National Monument, the worlds largest display of natural bridges. Three of Lake Powell’s major marinas are also in this byway.
The Bicentennial Scenic Byway is 133 miles long and takes 5 hours to complete.
Loa to Hanksville.. State Hwy 24 through Capitol Reef National Park. This route passes by Capitol Reef National Park, Fishlake National Forest, Goblin Valley State Park, the San Rafael Swell, and Canyonlands National Park.
The Loa to Hanksville Scenic Byway is 162 miles and takes 4 hours to complete.
Highway 12. State Hwy 12 from US 89 southeast of Panguitch to its junction with State Hwy 24 at Torrey. This route passes through Bryce Canyon National Park, Escalante Canyons, Dixie National Forest and Capitol Reef National Park. Rated among the top 10 Scenic Byways in America by Car and Driver magazine, this 180 mile route passes through slickrock canyons, red rock towers, pine covered forests, meadowlands and pioneer towns. Breathtaking panoramas, national parks, monuments, recreation areas, and state parks dot the route. In winter months ask locally for road conditions.
Markaguant. State Hwy 14 from Cedar City to its junction with US 89. This route is one of the most traveled areas in Southern Utah. Start with the sheer cliffs of the Ashdown Gorge, then enter in to the Dixie National Forest with the beautiful red limestone amphitheater and green trees. The Navajo Lake is a favorite spot for fishing and camping.
The Markaguant Scenic Byway is 40 miles long and takes 1 hour to complete.
Cedar Breaks. State Hwy 148 between State Hwy 14 and State Hwy 143-15 miles east of Cedar City.. The large amphitheater is one half mile deep and three miles from rim to rim. The walls are eroded into beautiful spirals, ridges, and rock formations.
The Cedar Breaks Scenic Byway is 6 miles long and takes 30 minutes to complete.
Brian Head – Panguitch Lake Byway. Southeastern Utah – State Hwy 143 from Parowan to Panguitch
Climbing through Parowan Canyon to forested heights of 10,000 feet, this 55 mile route travels past vermilion cliffs to Brian Head Resort and Cedar Breaks National Monument. The Byway ends in the small city of Panguitch. Driving this route in the fall offers the surprise of a type of aspen with leaves that turn a brilliant red. The resort town of Brian Head has skiing in the winter, mountain biking in the summer, and all sorts of other amusements in between. The amphitheaters of Cedar Breaks are technicolor cousins of those found in Bryce Canyon National Park.
The Brian Head – Panguitch Lake Scenic Byway is 55 miles long and takes 1.5 hours to complete.
Beaver Canyon. State Hwy 153 from the town of Beaver, 17 miles to Elk Meadows Resort. The resort is a year round resort with restaurants, shops, and lodges. Winter and summer activities include: skiing, snowmobiling, camping, hiking, mountain biking and hiking. The Tushar Mountains provide excellent fishing in the mountain lakes and streams.
The Beaver Canyon Byway is 17 miles long and takes 45 minutes to complete.
Kanab. US 89 from Kanab to its junction with State Hwy 12. Over 70 movies have been filmed in and around Kanab at places like Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, Zion National Park, and the Virgin River.
The Kanab Scenic Byway is 60 miles long and takes 1.5 hours to complete.
Zion Park. State Hwy 9 from I-15 to Mt. Carmel Junction passing through Zion National Park.. Visitors can see sandstone cliffs, the Great Arch of Zion, and drive through the tunnel carved into the canyon walls.
The Zion Park Scenic Byway is 54 miles long and takes 1.5 hours to complete.
Kolob Fingers Road. Access from I-15 south of Cedar City. The Byway enters the Kolob Section of Zion National Park. The finger canons are narrow, rugged, and an assortment of red vibrant colors. Kolob Arch is probably the largest freestanding arch in the world.
The Kolob Fingers Road Scenic Byway is 5 miles long and takes 30 minutes to complete.
The Utah National Parks Highway. Links Utah’s spectacular National Parks and Monuments. Beginning at US-89 near Big Water, west to SR-9 at Mt. Carmel Junction, then continuing west through Zion National Park on SR-9 to SR-17 near La Verkin; then north on SR-17 to I-15; follow I-15 frontage roads to SR-14 near Cedar City, then southeast on SR-14 to Sr-48 near Cedar Breaks National Monument, then north to the junction of SR-148 and 143; SR-143 leads to US-89 near Panguitch; follow US-89 south to SR-12 near Red Canyon and through the northern end of Bryce Canyon National Park; east of Bryce Sr-12 jogs northeast through theGrand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and passes through a block of the Dixie National Forest and over Boulder Mountain to SR-24 near Torrey; SR-24 runs east through Capitol Reef National Park to SR-95 near Hanksville; follow SR-95 southeast, across Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (Lake Powell), and skirt Natural Bridges National Monument to meet US-191 near Blanding; the route continues north on US-191 to access points for Canyonlands andArches National Parks; then on to US-191’s merger with I-70 at Crescent Junction.