Mount Nebo is the highest mountain in the Wasatch Range. It is located at the far south end of Utah Valley and is not particularly visible from Provo or the other more northerly cities. This is a view from the east side of the mountain looking southwest. It is 11,928 feet high (3,636 meters). The northern peak is the highest although most of the trails lead to the southern peak because until the 1970s it was thought to be higher.