- Highway 12 is 122 miles from Hwy 89 near Panguitch to Hwy 24 at Torrey
- Allow 3 hours minimum and much longer for stopping at viewpoints and hiking trails to points of interest
- Utah Highway 12 is one of the Top 10 most scenic routes in the US
- Bryce Canyon National Park is accessed from Hwy 12
Highway 12 in Utah is said to be one of the most scenic routes in the US. It starts from the junction with Hwy 89 just south of Panguitch and travels east and north to end 122 miles later at Torrey with the junction at Hwy 24. It passes through the towns of Tropic and Cannonville and gives access to Kodachrome Basin State Park and the Petrified Forest State Park. It links some of the best known highlights in south Utah including Bryce Canyon, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and Capitol Reef National Park.
Bryce Canyon National Park is 12 miles east of Hwy 89 and just off Hwy 12.
Join it just south of Panguitch off Hwy 89 near Red Canyon and head east 122 miles to Torrey near the Capitol Reef National Park.
The total distance of Highway 12 Utah is 122 miles and the journey takes 3 hours. Allow longer if stops are made at the many viewpoints and attractions along the way.
- Red Canyon offers trails through spectacular red rock formations near the start of Hwy 12
- Access to the magnificent Bryce Canyon 12 miles from the start of Hwy 12
- Mossy Creek Trail with a waterfall and Fairyland Trail, both within Bryce National Park
- Pass through the small towns of Tropic, Cannonville and Henrieville
- Road access to Escalante Petrified Forest after 58 miles
- Park and walk to Calf Creek with Zion waterfall and Lower Calf Creek Falls
- Great viewpoints on Boulder Mountain