The Flaming Gorge Reservoir is a massive artificial lake in southwest Wyoming and northeast Utah. Named after a red-rock canyon long since submerged under the cold waters of the lake, it is one of the best fishing spots in the region. The route to the lake from the largest nearby town, Vernal, Utah, passes through the Ashley National Forest. This road, US-191, provides unparalleled views of the Uintah Mountains and the surrounding evergreen forest. Along the way, motorists can keep an eye out for the area’s wildlife, which is free to live mostly undisturbed due to the remoteness of the area. In recognition of the route’s natural beauty, the Federal Highway Administration designated it a National Scenic Byway. Only 184 highways in the United States carry this endorsement. As US-191 approaches the Flaming Gorge Reservoir, the byway designation splits into two forks; the fork along the east side of the reservoir continues along US-191 to the Wyoming line, while the west fork follows State Route 44.
We’ve painstakingly recreated the signs posted at the entrances to the Flaming Gorge Scenic Byway. Every detail has been replicated, from the fonts, to the layout, to the striking artwork used on these signs. Relive your experiences in the beautiful Uintah Mountains by adding this piece of the great American West to your home, garage, bar, or man cave. Signs like this one only rarely appear on the collector’s market. Avoid uncertainty and the perils of low supply and high demand, and save money with our accurate replica of this distinctive sign.
Our replica Flaming Gorge Scenic Byway sign is flat printed on heavy-gauge steel. Choose between four sizes: 12, 16, 24, and 36 inches square. For easy mounting, each size includes two pre-drilled holes. These signs are non-reflective, making them excellent display pieces, indoors or out. (Need a different size? Or looking for a sign from another scenic byway? Just ask Jake to place your custom order!)