Scenic Drives in Utah

The beauty and varied geology of Utah is unmatched. Millions of visitors each year come to Utah for its one-of-a-kind scenery.

2 Scenic Drives: Kolob Canyon in Zion National Park

Stop by the Visitor Center before climbing 1,000 feet in the 5-miles to the Kolob Canyon Viewpoint. Or drive from Virgin, Utah all the way to the reservoir. Read More...

Scenic Drive: Capitol Reef Country

From Hanksville, a mining and ranching town, through the ghost town of Caineville to see more recent ruins, and on to Capitol Reef National Park Read More...

Scenic Drive: Hell's Backbone

Built to connect Boulder, the last frontier town in the state that still relied on mules to deliver the mail, with Escalante, made famous by its tortuous Hole-In-The-Rock Expedition. Read More...

Scenic Drive: Monument Valley

Monument Valley covers several thousand square miles and is an intriguing, unmatched experience when it comes to sightseeing and scenic drives. Read More...

Scenic Drive: Patchwork Parkway

Pass by alpine meadows and lakes, breathtaking canyons and six different life zones rollercoastering over 4,500 feet of elevation change. Read More...

Scenic Drive: Zion Canyon

This is a six-and-a-half-mile-long scenic drive that is a must-do on your Zion Park trip. Read More...

Scenic Drive: Zion Mt. Carmel Highway

Hit the ten-mile stretch from the Zion entrance to Mt. Carmel, with switchbacks, slickrock and sweeping views with seasonal waterfalls. Read More...