|Junction US Route #89/State Highway #12
||Junction of State Highway #12 with United States Highway #89, This is where Utah State Route #12 (has its western terminus) starts its easterly/northeasterly journey crossing partly through Dixie National Forest and Bryce Canyon National Park, to end at a junction with State Route #24 near Torrey, Utah. Utah State Route #12 is a scenic byway.
|Red Rock Canyon
||Red Rock Canyon, a canyon located at the entrance of Bryce Canyon National Park, along the State Highway #12,
|Access : Campground
||Access to, Red Canyon Campground, a campground located just off State Route #12, in the vicinity of Red Canyon,
|Rich Trail : Red Canyon
||Access to Rich Trail, Cassidey Trail, Trails leading to Red Canyon,
||Arch Tunnel, on State Highway #12, in Red Canyon area,
|US Forest Service Rd 121
||US Forest Service Road 121, winds into Dixie National Forest,
|Toms Best Spring Road : Hoodoos
||Toms Best Spring Road, Hoodoos Red Canyon,
|E Fork Rd : Reservoir
||E Fork Road, to Tropic Reservoir a reservoir located southwest of here in Dixie National Forest,
|Access Road : Airport
||Access Road, to Bryce Canyon Airport, a public airport located north of Bryce Canyon, in Garfield County, Utah, Airport lies near Bryce Canyon National Park and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, north off Utah State Route #12.
|Junction County Hwy 63/State Route #22
||Junction of State Route #22/#63
|Access : Mossy Cave Trail
||Access to, Mossy Cave Trail, runs along the Mossy Cave, Water Canyon in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah,
|Center St. : Tropic, UT
||Center Street, Tropic, Utah, along Utah Scenic Byway 12. Pinyon-Juniper Woodland lies on the west.
|Main Street : Cannonville, UT
||Main Street, Kodachrome Way, Cannonville, Utah, along Utah State Highway #12, a designated Scenic Byway, Visitor Center Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, is located here in Cannonville, Utah.
|100 E Street :
||100 E Street, Henrieville, Utah, along Utah State Route #12, a Scenic Byway.
|Entrance : Grand Staircase Escalante
||Entrance sign board to Grand Staircase Escalante, located here on State Route #12.
|Allen Canyon Road : Dixie Nat'l Forest
||Allen Canyon Road, a road into the Dixie National Forest, branching out from the scenic Utah State Highway #12,
|Main Canyon Road/N Creek Road
||Main Canyon Road/N Creek Road, Old Escalante Road, to Pine Lake in the Dixie National Forest, North Creek Reservoir, a reservoir lies northwest on North Creek Road in Dixie National Forest.
|Reservoir Rd : Reservoir/State Park
||Reservoir Road, to Wide Hollow Reservoir, Escalante Petrified Forest State Park,
|Center St. : Escalante, Ut
||Center Street, Escalante, Utah, a city in Garfield County, Utah, Escalante Grand Staircase Visitor Center, lies along State Highway #12, in Escalante, Utah. Escalante State Park, a state park located just northwest of the city, Posey Lake Road/Pine Creek Road, traverses the Box-Death Hollow Wilderness within the Dixie National Forest, Utah. Walls of vertical gray-orange Navajo sandstone stand on top of two Escalante River canyon tributaries in Box-Death Hollow.
|Airport Rd : Municipal Airport
||Airport Road to, Escalante Municipal Airport, a public airport located along Utah State Highway #12, southeast of the city of Escalante, Utah.
|Road to : Devil's Garden
||Road to, Devil's Garden, a natural stone formations in the Esalante Desert in Grand Staircase Escalante National Park, in Utah, Cedar Wash Arch, a natural arch like huge hole on a standing rock along the desert road, Covered Wagon Natural Bridge, located within Grand staircase National Monument.
|Rest Area/View Point
||A Rest Area/View Point, a high point on Utah State Route #12, from where vast Utah Desert offers a grand view of the Escalante Badlands.
|Old Sheffield Rd : Rock Tower
||Old Sheffield Road, to, Calf Creek Canyon, Rock Tower, Phipps Canyon, Big Horn Wash, Big Spencer Flats, located along Old Sheffield Road, in Grand Staircase Escalante, Utah
|Access : Kiva Koffeehouse
||Access to, The Kiva Koffeehouse, a restaurant and inn located in the Canyons of the Escalante within Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. The area is popular with plein air painters, and the Kiva is a regular feature of the annual Escalante Canyons Art Festival's Everett Ruess Days.
|Escalante Riverside Stopover
||A Stop Area near the Esclanate River Valley, close to the Confluence of Esclanate River and Calf Creek, just off Utah State Route #12,
|Access Road : Calf Creek Rec. Area
||Access Road to Calf Creek Recreation Area. A trail leads to Calf Creek Falls, Calf Creek Hike Area, Calf Creek Campground, a campground located on the Calf Creek. A trail leads along the Calf Creek to Lower Calf Creek Falls, Bedrock. Calf Creek Falls is a very popular perennial waterfall in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Its lower tier, a 126-foot cascade is more popular than the upper tier because it can easily be reached. The upper tier has an 88-foot plunge and needs a 1-mile hike past the lower falls.
|A Loop : Hogsback Ridge
||A Loop on Utah State Route #12, on The Hogsback Ridge, offers travelers a spectacular view of the Calf Creek Valley and the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument,
|Access : Airport
||Access to, Boulder Airport, a small public airport located few Miles south of Boulder, Utah, just off Utah State Route #12,
|Hells Backbone Rd : Salt Gulch
||Hells Backbone Road, Salt Gulch Road to, Salt Gulch, Death Hollow Wilderness, located in Dixie National Forest, Hells Backbone Bridge, Hell's Backbone Road, built in October 1933, connects the towns of Boulder, Utah and Escalante, Utah. The bridge is 109 ft long, and 14 ft wide. A 1500 ft drop is on either side.
|Burr Trail Rd : Entrance
||Burr Trail Road, Entrance Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, in Utah, Chinle Formations on Long Canyon, nearby lies Deer Creek Campground,
|Lower Boulder Rd : Boulder, UT
||Lower Boulder Road, Boulder, Utah, located on Utah Scenic Byway 12 (Utah State Highway #12). The town marks the western terminus of Burr Trail. Anasazi State Park, a state park and museum in Southern Utah featuring the ruins of an ancient Anasazi Village located in Boulder, Utah.
|US Forest Service Rd 165 : Dixie Nat'l Forest
||US Forest Service Road 165, winds into Dixie National Forest, Kings Pasture Reservoir, Divide Lake, West Fork Reservoir, located along this forest service road.
|State Route #12 : Dixie Nat'l Forest
||State Route #12, Oak Creek Campground, a campground located along Utah State Route #12 in the Dixie National Forest, Dry Bench Trail, Views of Lower Browns Reservoir, South Fork Oak Creek, This Road offers distant views of Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, Bear Canyon,
|Access Road : Reservoir
||Access Road to, Lower Bowns Reservoir, Slickrock Trail, Capitol Reef, Aspen Point, Oak Creek, Pleasant Creek Flats Alcove, Capitol Reef National Park, lies several miles east off Utah State Route #12, within Dixie National Forest,
|Access Road : Visitor Center
||Access Road to, Wildcat Visitors Center, located just off Utah State Highway #12 within Dixie National Forest, nearby lies Great Western Trail Access,
|View Point/Rest Area
||A Loop on Utah State Route #12, A viewpoint/Rest Area, for motorists, Larb Hollow Overlook,
|Access : Campground
||Access to, Singletree Campground, a campground located just off scenic Utah State Highway #12, in Dixie National Forest,
|Happy Valley Road : Twin Peaks
||Happy Valley Road, runs close to Twin Peaks, a pair of not-so high mountain peaks, located in Dixie National Forest, beside Lion Canyon,
|State Route #117 : Teasdale, Utah
||State Route #117, to Teasdale, Utah, a community in western Wayne County, Utah, located between the Dixie and Fishlake National Forests.
|Junction State Rte #24 : Eastern Terminus of Utah SR 12
||Junction of Utah State Route #12 with State Route #24, east of Torrey, Utah, a town located in Wayne County, Utah, This is where the Utah State Route #12 (a designated Byway), ends (has its eastern terminus). ND10