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Mirror Lake Scenic Byway

Mirror Lake Scenic Byway
Uinta National Forest, UT
Route Length
56 miles

The views from Bald Mountain Pass are breathtaking, across endless miles of forest and ridgelines. These mountains support a variety of wildlife, frequently seen along the highway. From Kamas, the road follows the picturesque Provo River as it drops over boulders and falls from its headwaters in the Uintas.

A camera is a must on this drive! Don't miss the overlook at Provo River Falls where walking paths, restrooms, and picnic tables make for a great stop. Several campgrounds along the highway are available for overnight stays. Numerous pullouts access the river and are perfect for picnicking. Parking and restrooms are provided at several overlooks along the route. Various trailheads offer a chance for a short hike in the woods. The road is paved the entire length, but closed during winter due to the elevation and heavy snow accumulation.

A small fee is required when entering the Mirror Lake Scenic Byway for use of facilities on the route; however, there is no charge to simply drive the highway between Kamas and Evanston. The drive is 56 miles from Kamas to the Wyoming state line.

Route Length
56 miles
Time to Allow
1.5 hours

Customizable Directions

Basic Directions

1. Head north at S Main St/US-189/US-40

2. Continue to follow US-189

3. Turn right at UT-32

4. Turn left at S State Rd 32/UT-32

5. Continue to follow UT-32

6. Turn right at E Center St/UT-150

7. Continue to follow UT-150

Mirror Lake Scenic Byway
wasatch-Cache National Forest