Scenic Byway 143 follows a 55-mile course between Panguitch and Parowan, Utah, and connects Intestate 15 to Highway 89. This throughway follows the historic migration route used by the ancient Anasazi and is nicknamed Utah’s Patchwork Parkway. Just off I-15, the town of Parowan was settled by Mormon pioneers in 1851. Ancient Native Americans left… Continue reading Highway 143 Scenic Byway
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Scenic Byway 12 winds through the heart of scenic Bryce Canyon Country, beginning just five miles south of Panguitch and running for 124 miles through the wealth of archaeological, natural, and recreational wonders this spectacular canyon
Scenic Byway 12 winds east-west through the heart of Bryce Canyon Country, leading travelers through some of the most remote and awe-inspiring scenery in southern Utah. A virtual passage through time, Scenic Byway 12 bears witness to eroded cliffs, Native American cliff dwellings, and authentic
Scenic Highway 89 runs north-south for more than 500 miles, all the way through Utah from northern Arizona to the Idaho border. Traveling along Scenic Highway 89 is a great way to explore the region’s scenic wonders, giving access to Bryce Canyon Country’s red rock canyons and alpine forests, and
When the leaves start to fall, who can resist driving around to admire nature’s beautiful seasonal shift? The perfect way to view the gorgeous colors of autumn is a sight-seeing drive that will take you past breath-taking vistas and fascinating historical sites.