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Start of Bicentennial Scenic Byway
At the Junction of State Route #95 and #24 near Hanksville, Utah. Visitors flock to Hanksville, Utah for its recreational activities at the Goblin Valley State Park, Lake Powell, Henry Mountains, Capitol Reef National Park, San Rafael Swell, and to enjoy the peace and quite of the surrounding deserts and slot canyons. This is where the Byway Bicentennial Highway starts its journey from. This Byway Bicentennial Scenic Highway is the gateway to Natural Bridges National Monument. The world's largest number of natural bridges, formed from the erosion of 225 million-year-old Cedar Mesa sandstone, are found here.
2.7
4.3
A Desert Route
A Desert Route running along the Byway from Hanksville, Utah.
9.9
15.9
Penitentiary Point
Energy Fuel Road, Penitentiary Point, on the Bicentennial Scenic Highway
15.1
24.3
Granite Road
Granite Road,
17.1
27.5
Poison Springs Wash Road
Poison Springs Wash Road,
19.1
30.7
Trails
A winding Trail
20.2
32.5
Little Egypt
Hoodoo, A Pig carved in stones located along the Bicentennial Scenic Highway, Little Egypt, Utah
22.7
36.5
Loop Road
Loop Road to Little Egypt along the Bicentennial Scenic Highway, Utah
28.0
45.0
Leprechaun Slot Canyon
Leprechaun Canyon, Leprechaun Slot Canyon, located just off the State Route #95 (Byway Bicentennial Scenic Highway), South of Hanksville, Utah
33.2
53.5
Hog Springs
Hog Springs, located along the Bicentennial Scenic Highway, Utah
35.5
57.1
Desert Creek
A dry desert Creek, running along the Byway
40.7
65.5
Hite, Lake Powell
Hite, Lake Powell, Hite is located at the north end of Lake Powell along the Colorado River in Utah. Lake Powell, and all of its points of interest, are available to the public for recreational purposes.
41.3
66.4
Glen Canyon National Rec. Area
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Utah
41.9
67.5
Hite Bridge
Hite Bridge, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Utah, Colorado River, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Utah.
43.5
70.0
Confluence of Rivers
Confluence of Dirty Devil River and a Creek that makes up Colorado River
45.3
72.9
Bridge
Lake Powell Bridge, A Bridge over Dirty Devil River, in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Utah
46.4
74.7
Canyon Lands National Park Road
Canyon Lands National Park Road,
47.5
76.4
Colorado River Bridge
Colorado River Bridge, Hite Bridge on Bicentenial Scenic Highway / State Highway #95, in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Utah
48.6
78.2
Glen Canyon National Park
Glen Canyon National Park Road goes close to the Glen Canyon Hite along the Colorado River, Hite Camping site,
53.3
85.7
Horse Tanks Road
Horse Tanks Road, Glen Canyon National Park,
55.1
88.6
Glen Canyon National Park Road
Glen Canyon National Park Road, a loop trail on the Utah Highway #95 / Bicentennial Scenic Highway, Utah
59.4
95.6
Blue Notch Road
Blue Notch Road,
60.9
98.0
Horse Tanks Road
Horse Tanks Road, Woodenshoe Spur Road, Manti la Sal National Forest, Utah
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104.2
A Trail
A Trail to the Long Canyons, in Glen Canyon Nation Recreation Area, Utah
66.6
107.2
Access
Access to Manti la Sal National Forest, Utah
69.8
112.4
Grand view of the Jacob's Chair
A Grand views of the Jacob's Chair and White Canyon are offered from here on the Utah Highway #95.
70.6
113.6
Fry Canyon Ruins Road
Fry Canyon Ruins Road, Fry Canyon Slot, Fry Canyon Ruins, A canyon in ruined shapes, located here just off the Bicentennial Scenic Highway in Utah.
71.6
115.2
Fry Canyon, Utah
Radium King Road, Fry Canyon, Utah, almost a ghost town now, was a Uranium boom town in the 1950s.
77.3
124.4
Access
A short trail along the Utah Highway #95 in the Fry Canyon Area, Utah
80.9
130.2
Access
Access to Natural Bridges National Monument, Utah, Viewing Point of Kachina Bridge National Monument, Utah
82.6
133.0
Connecting Road
Road connecting with Radium King Road, off Utah Highway #95, Utah
83.6
134.6
State Route #276
State Route #276, Gulch Creek Road, a dirt Road to Collins Canyon Trailhead, Utah
84.0
135.2
Natural Bridges National Monument
Road Access to Natural Bridges National Monument, Utah, The three bridges in the park, Kachina, Owachomo and Sipapu, carved from the white Triassic sandstone of the Cedar Mesa Formation, located in Utah just off the Bicentennial Scenic Byway
88.4
142.2
Dirt Road
Dirt Road to Split level Ruin, Jailhouse Ruin,
91.3
146.9
Road Access
State Route #275 to Natural Bridges National Monument, Utah, Natural Bridges Visitor Center, Burch Canyon Road, Elk Mountain Road,
93.1
149.8
State Route #261
State Route #261, to Bear Ears Mountains, Utah, Cedar Mesa Plateau, Utah. The Mesa's center has an altitude of 6,500 feet while the surrounding area has an elevation of almost 4,000 feet. Numerous canyons, cliffs, and other erosional features at the mesa's perimeter were formed due to the huge disparity in elevation.
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152.6
Connecting Road
Connecting Mud Road to Fish and Owl Road / Long Spike Road, State Route #261,
100.9
162.3
Balley South Lower Road
Balley South Lower Road, To the North of this place lies the Mule Canyon House on fire Ruin, just off the Utah Highway #95
101.5
163.4
Access to Mule Canyon Ruins
Access to Mule Canyon Ruins, Utah
102.0
164.2
Arch Canyon
Arch Canyon Road, Arch Canyon
102.3
164.7
Road to the edge of Mule Canyon
Road to the edge of Mule Canyon, Mule Canyon Towers, a brick tower ruin, a place to view down the Mule Canyon from.
107.2
172.5
Comb Wash, Utah
Comb Wash, Utah, Comb Wash ruin, Utah, Comb Ridge, Utah
107.3
172.7
Comb Wash Road
Comb Wash Road, Comb Wash, Utah, Comb Wash Ruins, Fish Mouth Cave, Utah
108.4
174.5
Comb Ridge
Highway #95 passes along Comb Ridge, Red Ridge, Utah
110.9
178.5
Access
Access to Butler Wash Indian Ruins, Utah,
112.0
180.3
262 Road
262 Road / Butler Wash Road, Army Road, Mokey Dugway,
115.1
185.3
Cottonwod, Utah
Cottonwood Road, Cottonwood, Utah, Tower House Ruin, Possy South Trail,
116.2
187.0
Brushy Basin Rim
Brushy Basin Rim, 277 Road,
121.1
194.9
Access to Ruin Road
Access to Ruin Road, Westwater Creek,
121.4
195.4
Junction
Junction of Utah Highway #95 with Utah Highway #191, near Blanding, Utah. This is where the Bicentennial Scenic Byway ends. Blanding, Utah is a gateway to an abundance of nearby natural and archaeological resources, including Dinosaur Museum, Natural Bridges National Monument, Monument Valley and the Four Corners area, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (Lake Powell), Cedar Mesa archaeological and wilderness area, the San Juan River including Goosenecks State Park, and the Needles district of Canyonlands National Park.