The beauty and varied geology of Utah is unmatched. Millions of visitors each year come to Utah for its one-of-a-kind scenery.
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.
Don't miss these awe-inspiring sandstone formations in Arches National Park that can be seen after a short stroll from their parking areas.
From Hanksville, a mining and ranching town, through the ghost town of Caineville, and on to Capitol Reef National Park, Hwy 24 will not disappoint.
Built to join Boulder, the last frontier town in Utah that still relied on mules to deliver the mail, with Escalante, famous for Hole-In-The-Rock Expedition.
Located in Southeast Utah and the Northern border of Arizona, this drive has been called the most scenic in America by many and it's no wonder why.
Pass by alpine meadows and lakes, breathtaking canyons and six different life zones rollercoastering over 4,500 feet of elevation change.
Car and Driver rated it among ten most scenic highways, Forbes as one of America's best snowy drives, and Backpacker magazine as a favorite Wild Road.
A 1.1 mile-long tunnel is credited with converting Zion from an isolated and rarely visited park, to one of the most popular national parks