One of Utah's unique treasures, the Mirror Lake scenic Byway winds 42 miles through the Uinta Mountain so the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache national Forest. The Uinta Mountains are an east-west oriented mountain range, a trait shared by only a few mountain ranges in the world. Glacier carved lakes and picturesque U-shaped valleys abound. Recreation opportunities are abundant throughout the year. Camping, fishing, hiking, picnicking, horseback trails, ATV trails, scenic overlooks, snowmobiling, cross-country ski trails, fall colors, and hunting opportunities are all present.
The following passes are available several locations Kamas Foodtown, Chevron
Gas Station, HI Mountain Drugstore, Samak Smokehouse, US Forest Service
Office at 50 E. Center St., Kamas, UT 84036, the visitor information booth
at Mile Marker 6 on Highway 150, and nine self-serve stations located in
various areas along Highway 150.
The America the Beautiful (Annual, Age, Access, Military & Volunteer) and Golden Lifetime (Age & Access) Passports are still honored for the full price of the Mirror Lake Scenic Byway Recreation Fee Program Passes. The American Fork/Alpine Loop local pass is also honored at the Mirror Lake Scenic Byway, as long as it is still within the valid date printed on the pass.
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