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Price Canyon Recreation Area National Park

6 Activites Phone: (435)-636-3600 Email: utprmail@blm.gov Distance: 13.41 miles

Elevation is 8000 ft. 12 campsites with picnic tables, fire pits, drinking water and pit toilets. There are 3 day group sites available through reservations. This is a fee area. There is a self-guided nature trail through the forest of oak, pines, and mountain mahogany. Fantastic views of the canyon.

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Cleveland Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry National Park

2 Activites Phone: (435)-636-3600 Email: utprmail@blm.gov Distance: 19.98 miles

Elevation 5800 feet. One of the world`s most impressive collections of dinosaur bones and fossils from the Jurassic Morrison Formation. Over 12,000 bones from at least 70 different prehistoric critters have been excavated. These bones have been reassembled and displayed in museums throughout the world. More to the point is the fact that the deposit is the densest concentration of Jurassic dinosaur...

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Scofield Reservoir National Park

9 Activites Phone: (435)-448-9449 Email: parkcomment@utah.gov Distance: 20.25 miles

Scofield Dam, Scofield Project, is on the Price River, a tributary of the Green River, about 22 miles northwest of Price, Utah. Recreation management at Scofield Reservoir is performed by the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation under agreement with the Bureau of Reclamation. This recreation area is situated north of Scofield, Utah at an elevation of 7,620 feet. The Reservoir has a surface are...

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Caribou-Targhee National Forest Park

12 Activites Email: lballard@fs.fed.us Distance: 20.69 miles

The Caribou-Targhee National Forest boasts rugged mountains, fertile valleys, rivers, varied wildlife, campgrounds, wilderness, adventure, solitude and scenery enough to saturate your aesthetic cravings.A National Forest is more than trees and camping, hiking, fishing and hunting. You can enjoy the magnificence of the mountains; the serenity of the wilderness; the miracles of spring flowers, baby ...

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Cottonwood Forest Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 20.70 miles

The Cottonwood Forest Wilderness now contains a total of 2,620 acres and is managed by the Forest Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Utah. In 2009 the Cottonwood Forest Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In an ag...

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Mount Nebo Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 20.70 miles

The Mount Nebo Wilderness now contains a total of 28,022 acres and is managed by the Forest Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Utah. In 1984 the Mount Nebo Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In an age of "...incr...

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Beaver Canyon Scenic Byway (U-153) National Park

Phone: (435)-438-2436 Email: jmoffit@fs.fed.us Distance: 20.70 miles

While traveling Utah Highway 153, note the clean mountain air, stream laced forests and the unique heritage of the Beaver County area. There is outdoor recreation for all types, whether it be fishing or skiing on one of the many lakes or hiking/biking the mountain trails. Besides camping, another popular pastime in Beaver County is rockhounding among the deserted mine dumps and ghost towns of the ...

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Big Cottonwood Canyon Scenic Byway National Park

Phone: (801)-733-2660 Distance: 20.70 miles

Along this twisting byway, visitors can expect to see spectacular views of rugged rocky peaks and beautiful mountain streams. Moving up in elevation is like a layer cake of biological zones, each with its own microcosm of temperature, water, geology, and sun aspect. The canyons are named for the enormous cottonwood trees that grew near the creek bottoms, and are known today for the aspen forests ...

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Bull Creek Pass National Back Country Byway Park

Phone: (435)-542-3461 Distance: 20.70 miles

Bull Creek Pass National Back Country Byway winds for 68 miles through Utah's Henry Mountains. The view from the route includes colorful canyons, steep cliffs, vast badlands, and rugged alpine mountains. The byway climbs nearly a mile as it loops through this colorful, vibrant mountain range set between Capitol Reef and Canyonlands National Parks.

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Cedar Breaks Scenic Byway (U-148) National Park

Phone: (435)-586-9451 Distance: 20.70 miles

Driving up the high elevated, winding road, travelers can take their time and take in the color and character of this byway. From the flowered meadows of the Dixie National Forest to the multi-colored rock amphitheater of Cedar Breaks National Monument, Byway U-148 is a spectacular site. Stopping on a clear day at one of the many scenic pullovers one can see for a hundred miles, across the Escalan...

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Dinosaur Diamond Prehistoric Highway National Park

Phone: (970)-858-7782 Email: mmenard@westcomuseum.org Distance: 20.70 miles

The Dinosaur Diamond runs through the best land in the world to learn about dinosaurs. Numerous sites are available to the public where bones and tracks are still visible in the ground. Many museums along the way add to the opportunities to see and learn about dinosaurs.

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Eccles Canyon Scenic Byway (U-96) National Park

Phone: (435)-627-8954 Email: cctr@priceutah.net Distance: 20.70 miles

The Eccles Canyon Scenic Byway makes its way over mountainous terrain nearly 10,000 feet above sea level. The views are spectacular and the history is rich, especially in the little lake town of Scofield. This byway makes up part of the Energy Loop, a National Scenic Byway, and provides travelers with glimpses into the past and glorious views of the present.

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The Energy Loop: Huntington/Eccles Canyons Scenic Byway National Park

Phone: (435)-636-3701 Email: jana.abrams@carbon.utah.gov Distance: 20.70 miles

The Energy Loop: Huntington/Eccles Canyons Scenic Byway winds across the Manti-La Sal National Forest, rising up to 10,000 feet above sea level. Explore the rich history of industrial development as you view coal mining operations, historic mining towns, and coal-fired power plants. Nearby Sanpete Valley contains some of the best-preserved Mormon Pioneer settlements in existence.

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Fishlake Scenic Byway (U-25) National Park

Phone: (435)-836-2800 Distance: 20.70 miles

Fishlake Scenic Byway (U-25) runs through the Fish Lake Basin at an elevation of 8,850 feet. In the basin lies a geological wonder, a 2,500-acre lake formed by the shifting of the earth's faults. Gracing the popular fishing site is historic Fish Lake Lodge made by the hands of determined pioneers. Bicyclists and nature lovers can find a variety of trails through the surrounding Fishlake National F...

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Flaming Gorge-Uintas National Scenic Byway Park

Phone: (800)-477-5558 Distance: 20.70 miles

The byway meanders over the eastern flank of the Uinta Mountains and through the Ashley National Forest and Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area. View wildlife in their native habitats and experience the "real West" as passed down through western folklore of early explorers, homesteaders, mountainmen, outlaws and cowboys.

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Huntington Canyon Scenic Byway (U-31) National Park

Phone: (435)-637-3009 Email: cctr@priceutah.net Distance: 20.70 miles

Traveling over the Wasatch Plateau between the towns of Fairview and Huntington, the Huntington Canyon Scenic Byway makes up half of the Energy Loop, a National Scenic Byway. The byway passes through the Manti-Lasal National Forest and provides excellent views of the mountain tops and valleys below. Huntington Canyon is filled with the history of the region, especially evident is the history ...

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Little Cottonwood Canyon Scenic Byway National Park

Phone: (801)-466-6411 Distance: 20.70 miles

A haven for skiers, hikers, and sightseers alike, Little Cottonwood Canyon exhibits an awe-inspiring contrast between mountains and valleys, with diverse biological zones, each with its own microcosm of temperature, water, geology, and sun aspect. The canyons are named for the enormous cottonwood trees that grew near the creek bottoms at the mouth of the canyon, and are known today for the aspen ...

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Logan Canyon Scenic Byway National Park

Phone: (435)-755-1890 Distance: 20.70 miles

From Logan to Garden City, this byway parallels the Logan River through Logan Canyon, passing through dense forests, lush meadows, rugged rock formations and panoramic views. Each season brings a colorful show, especially in autumn.

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Markagunt High Plateau Scenic Byway (U-14) National Park

Phone: (435)-865-3700 Distance: 20.70 miles

As you climb steeply from Cedar City through narrow Cedar Canyon and into the Dixie National Forest, you will often catch glimpses of Cedar Breaks National Monument ahead through breaks in the dense aspen, pine, and spruce forest.

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Mirror Lake Scenic Byway - Ut Section National Park

Phone: (435)-783-4338 Distance: 20.70 miles

Upon entering the mountain town of Kamas, the jumping off spot for this byway, one is reminded of the best things that small-town America is known for. Cozy accommodations, hometown restaurants, and friendly smiles greet visitors. From the Kamas intersection of US-189 and U-150 you'll ascend through pine-covered mountain terrain accented with lush meadows and rugged peaks. Along the way you'll ...

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Nebo Loop Scenic Byway National Park

Phone: (801)-851-2100 Distance: 20.70 miles

From Nephi to Payson, this route has breathtaking views of the Wasatch Range and 11,929-foot Mt. Nebo, its tallest mountain. See flat bottomlands, high-alpine conifers, red rock formations, gray sandstone cliffs and salt flats all in the same day. Sights include Devil's Kitchen, Walker Flat and Mt. Nebo Wilderness.

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Nine Mile Canyon Backway National Park

Phone: (435)-636-3600 Email: utprmail@blm.gov Distance: 20.70 miles

Nine Mile Canyon is known as a major representative area of the prehistoric Fremont Culture. The canyon houses a myriad of rock panels along the main road and in side canyons. Petroglyphs (carvings on rock faces) and pictographs (paintings on rock faces) depict animals, hunting scenes and godlike figures. Cliff granaries on high canyon ledges may be spotted by careful observers. In the 1800s, the ...

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Ogden River Scenic Byway National Park

Phone: (801)-625-5112 Distance: 20.70 miles

This beautiful byway, beginning at the mouth of Ogden Canyon winds through 44 miles of Utah's most beautiful mountains and countryside. Rock walls and tree-covered mountainsides line the roadway that follows the Ogden River to Pineview Dam. Small islands dot the man-made reservoir and surrounding fields are either shades of green or snow-white. The magnificent Wasatch Mountain Range stretche...

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Pony Express Trail National Back Country Byway Park

Phone: (801)-977-4300 Distance: 20.70 miles

The Pony Express Trail National Back Country Byway traverses 133 miles through western Utah. Covering topography from barren desert mountains to wide basins, this route follows one of historical importance. In 1860 and 1861, Pony Express riders delivered mail, covering hundreds of miles of ground from Missouri to California. As you drive the byway, note the remains of old Pony Express stations ...

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Scenic Byway 143 - Utah's Patchwork Parkway

Phone: (435)-865-3700 Distance: 20.70 miles

Scenic Byway 143 - Utah’s Patchwork Parkway serves as the western gateway from the arid Great Basin of western Utah to a breathtaking route across Utah’s high plateaus, connecting to Heritage Highway 89 and Scenic Byway 12, Utah’s first All American Road. Historic pioneer communities “bookmark” each end of the route, once traveled by ancient inhabitants to hunt, fish, and gather tools an...

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