This scenic road begins in Kamas and winds its way up to the High Uinta country. The 65-mile drive follows Highway 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. A three-day pass is required to use facilities in the area. You can buy a guide to the byway from the Wasatch-Cache National Forest's Kamas Ranger District office in Kamas (50 E. Center St., 435/783–4338, www.utah.com/byways).
Upper Provo Falls. This is a good place to stop en route, near mile marker 24, where you can stroll the boardwalk to the terraced falls cascading with clear mountain water.
Kamas, Utah, 84036, United States