Welcome to one of nature's masterpieces - Utah's Nebo Loop National Scenic Byway. Winding 38 miles through the southern end of the Wasatch Mountains, the Byway provides access to some of Utah's most majestic lands. The Byway is named after its dominant peak, Mount Nebo. At 11,928 feet, Mount Nebo marks the highest point in the Wasatch Mountains. Early Mormon pioneers named Mount Nebo, which means "Sentinel of God."
Here is a map of the Loop.
Nebo Loop National Scenic Byway
Audio PresentationPart One (Flash audio)
Part Two (Flash audio)
We have audio describing the Loop and adjacent areas. The files are large so we recommend you listen or download only if you have a high-speed connection. The complete presentation runs about 25 minutes. Just click a link below to listen online.
You can download mp3s by right clicking on a link below and then choosing "save target." After downloading you can burn them to a CD or put them on an Ipod or other device, so you can listen while driving the Loop.Part One (12.3M mp3
Part Two (12.3M mp3)