Dinosaurland and Eastern Utah Sights


Mirror Lake Scenic Byway

Mirror Lake Scenic Byway Review

This scenic road begins in Kamas and winds its way up to the High Uinta country. The 65-mi drive follows Route 150 through heavily wooded canyons past mountain lakes and peaks, cresting at 10,687-foot Bald Mountain Pass. Because of heavy winter snows, much of the road is closed from October to May. You can buy a guide to the byway from the Wasatch–Cache National Forest's Kamas Ranger District office in Kamas.

A good place to stop en route is at Upper Provo Falls, near mile marker 24, where you can stroll the boardwalk to the terraced falls cascading with clear mountain water.

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