Starting at Blue Springs Lodge at Panguitch Lake you can go in several directions to see the scenic attractions of the region.

Loop 1
Cedar Breaks / Cascade Falls / Mammoth Cave: 
Travel southwest on Scenic Byway 143 approximately 15 miles and turn left on highway 148.    This destination is open during summer months, and spring and fall depending on weather.   From the road you can access turn-out areas and even enter the main part of the monument.
Cascade Falls:  Circle south toward highway 14 and turn left toward Navajo Lake.   Turn right into Navajo Lake and take your first left and then follow the road right for approximately two miles to the Cascade Falls trail-head.  The hike is approximately .5 miles each direction (1 mile round-trip).
Mammoth Cave:  Back on highway 14 turn east (right) and go through Duck Creek Village to the Mammoth Creek road (Forest Service Road).   Travel  approximately 8 miles on the Mammoth Creek road to Forest Road 067. Look for signs to Mammoth Cave (dirt road).
From here circle back to the Mammoth Creek road, follow this road approximately 8 miles to Scenic Byway 143, turn right and follow back to Panguitch Lake.

Length:  Approx. 75 miles.

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