The only entrance to Bryce Canyon National Park
is along UT 12, 14 miles from US 89 in the west, and 110 miles from UT 24 in the east. The approach from the east, starting from the little town of Torrey, is one of the most scenic in all of Utah, passing the high country around Boulder Mountain, the amazingly colorful rocks either side of Escalante, and scenic badlands on the approach to Henrieville, shortly before the ascent to the Paunsaugunt Plateau and Bryce Canyon.
PDF format map of Bryce Canyon National Park
, from the National Park Service (384 kb).