Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Mirror Lake Scenic Byway | "
The byway climbs to an elevation of 10,687 feet at Bald Mountain Pass before descending past Mirror Lake, then to Bear River Ranger Station with its Historical Tie Hack Cabin. From here the route parallels the Bear River and on to Evanston. Recreational activities along the byway include camping, fishing, cross-country skiing and hiking. The area is also used as access to the High Uinta Wilderness.

This scenic byway is 78 miles long and takes about two hours.

For more information contact the Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce at 435-654-3666"

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