We always try to make a pit stop on the way to Bear Lake. This year we have more peace of mind having new tires and roadside assistance with our Treads subscription.
This pit stop is closer to our house, but it was still worth stopping and letting the kids get out and see. It you look close there is a skull with horns at the base of the rock formation.
I alway remember driving to Wyoming as a kid and driving passed but never stopping. But I always loved looking at it. Still do.
Treads app is a monthly subscription for your tires & includes:
New set of tires
Unlimited tire repairs and replacements
Full on-demand roadside assistance
The best part- all of Treads services are 100% mobile so Treads comes to you.
We love the ease of using the app for everything and having one less thing to worry about, so we can keep doing what we love, adventuring and making memories.
How to get to Devils Slide: 1. From the I-15/U.S. Highway 89 interchange in Farmington; head north on U.S. Highway 89 for 10.7 miles to a sign indicating the route to Morgan and Evanston. Turn right (east) on I-84 and travel approximately 23 miles to the scenic viewpoint turnoff located after milepost 110.
or 2. From the southern I-15/I-80 interchange in Salt Lake City; head 11.3 miles east on I-80 to exit 134 (Mountain Dell Recreation exit). Travel north on Utah State Highway 65 for 27.7 miles to the town of Henefer. Turn left (west) and proceed 1 mile to I-84. Turn left (west) onto I-84 and travel 2 miles to the s