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Hwy 14

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Ride Stats:

  • Distance: 123 miles / 197.9 km
  • Ride Time: 2-4 hours
  • Approximate Fuel Costs: $9.35
  • State: Utah
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This is a GORGEOUS ride through some beautiful country. Starts in Festival City - (Cedar City), takes you up through Cedar Canyon through some gorgeous red rock landscapes and next to Coal Creek quietly flowing beside. The stunning, multi-colored rock formations of Cedar Breaks National Monument come into view as you continue eastward. To the south is 10,000-foot Cedar Mountain and a bumpy, four-wheel-drive road that will take you into Zion National Park. As you turn left onto Hwy 148 you will go up into the Aspen trees and pines and wind through Cedar Breaks National Monument. Please note you might have to pay to drive through depending on the time of year. After going through Cedar Breaks you'll turn right onto Hwy 143 which will take you east towards Panguitch Lake. There are some amazing meadows through this way. You'll wind through this road next to streams and meadows and finally wind up in the City of Panguitch. You'll go north on Hwy 89 for a few miles until you make a left onto Hwy 20 to take you back to the I-15 Fwy. The 20 is also a very nice ride. You'll hop on the I-15 south for a little bit and go into Parowan which is a nice small town. You'll take a small road called Hwy 91 south which will run along the freeway into another small town called Summit. Then you'll cross over the freeway and continue down Hwy 91 into Enoch and then finally make a left at the street light Back into Cedar City.

This is a motorcycle ride in the state of Utah. This motorcycle route has 5 scenery characteristics and other road conditions to help you plan your road trip. This motorcycle map was created by UtahRider in April. Click here to see other Motorcycle Roads by UtahRider

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Road Characteristics:

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