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Utah Byway Highway Guide

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Kamas, Utah
Kamas, Utah is known as The Gateway to the Uintas. Fishing, camping, hiking, mountain climbing and other outdoor recreational activities are popular among locals and tourists. This is where Mirror Lake Scenic Byway Utah-Section starts from, which starts climbing up through rugged mountain peaks, pine-covered terrain, and lush pastures. This high mountain road is lined with campgrounds, scenic viewpoints, picnic areas, and mountain lakes. The Provo River, best known for being a blue-ribbon trout stream, runs alongside much of the byway. Having climbed a height of 10,687 feet at Bald Mountain Pass, the byway affords spectacular views of the Uinta Mountains where visitors can go mountain biking, camping, true back-country wilderness mountaineering, fishing, and hiking. The road then goes back down passing the picture-perfect Mirror Lake.
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3.4
Samak Park Loop
Samak Park Loop Road, in Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah,
4.0
6.5
Upper Samak
Upper Samak, Red Pine Canyon, Samak, Utah, a community located in Summit County, Utah,
4.8
7.8
Samak, Utah
Samak, Utah, a community on Mirror Lake Scenic Highway, which is the route of annual Highway Uinta Classic, a two day bicycle race event, in Wasatch-Cache National Forest
8.6
13.9
Upper Setting Road
Upper Setting Road, traveling into Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah
14.5
23.4
Soapstone Basin Road
Soapstone Basin Road, YMCA Camp Road, Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah
17.8
28.6
Trial Lake
Trial Lake, Lambert Meadows, Alexander Lake, Hour Glass Lake, Buckeye Lake, Blue Lake, Beth Lake, Trident Lake, located off Mirror Lake Scenic Byway, in Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah.
21.4
34.5
Murdock Basin Road
Murdock Basin Road, Little Deer Pond, Murdock Basin Waterfall, Broadbent Meadows, located in Ashley National Forest, Utah, along the Mirror Lake Byway
23.8
38.3
Waterfalls on Provo River
Upper Provo River Falls, Lower Falls, Falls on Provo River, Provo River flows parallel to Mirror Lake Highway through the Wasatch-Cache National Forest in Utah.
25.4
40.8
Trial Lake
Trial Lake, Notch Mountain Trail, Smith Morehouse Trail, Washington Lake, West Lily Lake, Cliff Lake, Watson Lake, Clyde Lake, Three Divide Lake, Hidden Lake, Meadow Lake, located on Mount Watson,in Wasatch Cache National Forest, Utah,
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42.6
Lost Lake
Lost Lake, Lily Lake, Teapot Lake, located along the Mirror Lake Highway in Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah.
29.1
46.8
Bald Mountain, Utah
Notch Mountain Trail, Bald Mountain Pass, Bald Mountain Spring, Bald Mountain, is a peak in the Uinta Mountain Range. It is an easy hike from Bald Mountain Pass and has spectacular views of the Wasatch National Forest, Mirror Lake and surrounding areas. Bald Mountain is among the most popular major mountain hikes in Utah. Notch Lake, Bench Lake, Reid Lake, Meadow Lake,
30.5
49.1
Access
Access to Moosehorn Lake, Uintah Mountains, Utah located just off the Utah Highway #150 (Mirror Lake Scenic Byway) at an elevation of 10,388 ft. in the Wasarch-Cache National Forest
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Access Road
Access Road to Mirror Lake, a lake located in Ashley National Forest, along the Utah Highway #150 in the Uinta Mountain range in Utah
31.9
51.3
Lofty Lake Trail
Lofty Lake Trail, Pass Lake, Kamas Lake, Lofty Lake, Cutthroat Lake, located in Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah, Scout Lake, Camp Steiner, is the highest Boy Scout Camp at 10,400 feet in the USA, located about 30 miles outside of Kamas, Utah, and sits on the shores of Scout Lake. Camp Steiner is the flagship camp for the Great Salt Lake Council. Camp Steiner is known for its beauty and rugged location. It has fantastic views of Bald Mountain, Reids Peak, Hayden's Peak, and Mount Agassiz.
33.9
54.6
Butterfly Lake
Butterfly Lake by the Utah Highway #150,
37.0
59.6
Access
Access to Whiskey Island Lake, Cuberant Lake, Jewel Lake, Teal Meadow, Cut Throat Lake, located near Lofty Peak in Wasatch Cache National Forest, Utah
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66.1
Hayden's Fork
Hayden's Fork, Christmas Creek, located in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest wilderness along Mirror Lake Scenic Byway
43.2
69.5
Gold Hill Road
Gold Hill Road, Mill City, Whitney Reservoir, Beaver Lake,
43.9
70.6
Whitney Road
Whitney Road, Chalk Creek Road, Whitney Reservoir,
45.1
72.6
Access
Access / Trail to Monviso, Doughnut Lake,
45.9
73.8
Christmas Meadows Road
Christmas Meadows Road, Christmas Meadows River, located in the dense Uinta Forests within Wasatch Cache National Forest, Utah
48.6
78.2
Elizabeth Mountain Road
Elizabeth Mountain Road to Elizabeth Mountain, Fish Lake, Lyman Lake, Little Lyman Lake, Gilbert Meadows, East Fork Bear River Road,
49.5
79.6
Pine Crest,
Pine Crest, wilderness Road, Bear River, Bear River Cabin Parking is located in the Uintas Forests along the Utah Highway #150, in Wasatch Cache National Forest
50.7
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Trail to Grassy Lake
Trail to Grassy Lake, a lake located in Wasatch Cache National Forest off Mirror Lake Scenic Byway, Utah
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Access
Access to Hiliard East Fork Pond, a pond located just off the Utah Highway #150 in Uitas Wilderness within Wasatch Cache National Forest, Utah
54.7
88.0
Border of Utah with Wyoming
Border of Utah with Wyoming, This is where Mirror Lake Scenic Byways ends on the State of Utah side. The byway continues its run towards Evanston, Wyoming. Wyoming part of the byway guide could be referred to under Wyoming Byway Guide.