Beaver Canyon Scenic Byway
The Beaver Canyon Scenic Byway is an untouched, gorgeous stretch of road through the Tushar Mountain Range flanked by towering pine trees, breathtaking summits, and access to numerous trails for hiking, biking, or walking. The scenic byway is incredibly popular in the fall months when the colors of the trees change to shades of orange, crimson, brown, and yellow. There are numerous connecting roads that will lead to other wonderful byways and neighboring towns. The Beaver Canyon Byway offers a great opportunity to check out the other routes as well or spend the day exploring the Fishlake National Forest.
Address: East on SR 153, Beaver, UT 84713
- The byway climbs 4,000 feet and stretches through 17 miles of forest and mountain driving to reach Eagle Point Ski Area. It takes roughly 45 minutes to reach.
- Popular sites to stop and see include:
- Fishlake National Forest
- Puffer Lake
- Sevier River Valley
- This drive is suitable for most vehicles, but be aware that the canyon may be closed in winter conditions.
- Snow tires or chains are required from November 1st- March 31st.
- The byway stretches through Fishlake National Forest. There are plenty of campgrounds, hiking trails, streams, and fishing options available.
- Facilities such as restrooms can be found at the end of the drive at Eagle Point Ski Area.
- Fore history, trail details, and more byway information, check out this website.