State Route 12 or Scenic Byway 12 (SR-12), also known as "Highway 12 — A Journey Through Time Scenic Byway", is a state highway designated an All-American Road located in Garfield County and Wayne County, Utah. Highway 12 is one of the most scenic highways in America, receiving the designation of 'All American Road' in 2002.
Proceeding west to east for 122 miles, the highway starts south of Panguitch at an intersection with US-89, crosses part of Dixie National Forest and Bryce Canyon National Park, continues through the small towns of Tropic, Cannonville, and Henrieville. It crosses various parts of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, continues northeast through Escalante and over the Escalante River, then north through more of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Boulder, the Aquarius Plateau, Grover, ending in Torreyat an intersection with SR-24, five miles west of Capitol Reef National Park.
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