National Scenic Byway 128
Scenic Byway 128 begins 3 miles north of Moab and runs 44 miles to the junction with I-70 near Cisco.
Sheer walls of red sandstone contrast with the flowing waters of the Colorado River, which runs adjacent to this Scenic Byway.
The road connects US 191 with I-70, and features such attractions as
Fisher Towers, which loom 1500 feet above the valley floor, and Dewey Bridge, a one-lane suspension bridge, which was used until 1986. The bridge has been placed on the National Historic Register. Hittle Bottom Homestead is located at a popular picnic and boat launch and was the turn-of-the-century home of a local mail carrier.
May be driven in conjunction with the La Sal Mtn. Loop Road
Scenic Byway 279
3 miles north of Moab off US 191.
Travels through the red rock gorge of the Colorado River. Attractions include dinosaur tracks, Indian petroglyphs, and arches.
Allow 1 hour for the 36 mile round trip.
26 miles southeast of Moab.
A beautiful natural arch located adjacent to US 191. A parking area provides convenient access.
Allow 1 hour