October 2012

Road Trippers at Bryce Canyon

The Long-Cut: Scenic Byway 12

Date October 26, 2012

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A 2-day jaunt on Scenic Byway 12 from Panguitch to Torrey, Utah, offers a display of the best of Southern Utah: state and national parks, national forests and monuments, and both Native American and historic pioneer sites.

That’s 124 miles of colorful canyons, quirky restaurants, and every imaginable souvenir.

Established in 1991, The National Scenic Byways Program remains one of the best ways to see the beauty of the USA.

These roads are worth checking out. Seriously.

In many cases, you can hit these hidden gems of highway on one tank of gas, round trip.

Bryce Canyon Hoodoo

This hoodoo in Bryce Canyon National Park is one of the many sites to see along Scenic Byway 12.

Don’t be afraid to take a detour next time you’re planning a road trip, and consider one of the 120+ scenic byways across the country.

You won’t regret it. Promise.

Have you ever taken a Scenic Byway? Tell us about it.

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