Driving Directions from Bryce Canyon City to Cedar City

Cedar City is a quaint little town nestled in the mountains just 30 minutes north of St. George, Utah. This town is most famously known for its annual Shakespeare Festival and beautiful surrounding mountains which include the National Monument Cedar Breaks. This town is rich in history and it shows while you drive through downtown. There are always fun events going on year round in Cedar for the whole family to enjoy. Visit Cedar City and enjoy the fresh crisp mountain air, culture and scenery.

  • Head north on Hwy 63 from Bryce Canyon towards Hwy 12
  • Take a left on Hwy 12 heading west
  • Stay on Hwy 12 until you run into Hwy 89
  • Turn left on Hwy 89 to head south towards Hatch
  • Drive through the town of Hatch and continue on Hwy 89 heading south
  • Stay on Hwy 89 until the turnoff to Hwy 14
  • Take a right onto Hwy 14
  • Stay on Hwy 14 until you reach Cedar City

Map – Bryce Canyon City to Cedar City

Driving Directions from Bryce Canyon City to Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City is a lively city and the state capital. In addition to being widely known for hosting the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Salt Lake City boasts award winning dining, top-shelf performing arts, and a unique history.

Whether you’re coming to see the Utah Jazz play ball, experience a broadway play, or just enjoy the amazing mountain scenery, Salt Lake will surprise you with the amount of things to do.

  • Head north on Hwy 63 from Bryce Canyon towards Hwy 12
  • Take a left on Hwy 12 heading west
  • Stay on Hwy 12 until you run into Hwy 89
  • Turn right on Hwy 89 to head north towards Panguitch
  • Drive through the town of Panguitch and continue on Hwy 89 heading north
  • Stay on Hwy 89 for another 20 minutes or so until the turnoff to Hwy 20
  • Take a left onto Hwy 20 heading west towards I 15
  • Stay on Hwy 20 until you reach I 15, and then head north to Salt Lake City

Map – Bryce Canyon City to Salt Lake City