Highways connecting Zion National Park with Bryce Canyon and Grand Canyon.
Highway 89 travels from Northern Utah to the border of Arizona and Southern Utah.
To combine speed and scenic beauty travel Interstate 15 and exit on highway 20.
Follow Scenic Byway 89 to the intersection at byways 9 & 89 at Mount Carmel
Photo - The Mount Carmel Junction area
The All American HIghway
Highway 12 intersects with highway 89 taking traffic to Red Canyon and Bryce
Photo - Red Canyon Bridge
Highway 14 travels over Cedar Mountain in Dixie National Forest. Highway 14 intersects
with season highway 148 Highway14 does close a few days in the winter when snow
Highway 148 travels from the junction with highway 14 on Cedar Mountain to Cedar
Breaks National Monument and on to Brian Head Ski Resort.
Photo - Cedar Mountain - highway
Highway 89 Alt begins where highway 89 ends right before the Utah - Arizona border.
This highway will intersect with highway 67 to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Photo - LaFevere Point - View point to see all 5 steps of the Grand Staircase.
Highway 67 travels through the Kaibab Forest taking traffic to the North Rim
of the Grand Canyon. This highway closes in the winter, but dates vary depending
on snow levels. It opens in early May each year.
Photo - Kaibab Visitors Center
Although this is not a spectacular trail it is a low elevation
desert trail that allows hiking when the other Zion Park trails are icy or snow
This trail is a good winter hike. Starting early is a must if the plan is to
finish the trail in one winter day.
This is a fun winter hike when the water is flowing in the Scoggins
This hike has the least interesting scenery of the southern Zion
hikes, but it leads to a wonderful petrified forest.
Menu for Zion National Park.
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Sand Dunes, Cedar Mountain, Dixie National Forest, Grand Staircase, Utah Travel,
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