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The total driving distance from Salt Lake City, UT to Las Vegas, NV is 420 miles or 676 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Salt Lake City, Utah. It ends in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Utah has over 2,200 miles of destination roadways according to VisitUtah.com. Which means Utah’s scenic byways are destinations in themselves and they connect to The Mighty Five national parks, 43 state parks, 7 national monuments, 2 national recreation areas and more than 9 million acres of national forests.
If you are visiting Salt Lake City and do not have time to take any of the scenic byways, you may want to take either The Nebo Loop Scenic Byway or Kolob Fingers Road when you’re on your way to Las Vegas.
The Nebo Loop is a 32-mile scenic drive and takes about 1.5 hours to travel through. It is a winding drive between Payson and Nephi. You’ll cross the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Park with views of Utah Valley, the Wasatch Mountains and views of Mount Nebo.
On your way south and towards Las Vegas, check out Kolob Fingers Road Scenic Byway. Take the 5-mile ride from Kolob Canyon Visitor Center to the Kolob Canyon Viewpoint at about 1,000 feet above sea level. This scenic byway is located close to Cedar City about 171 miles from Las Vegas.
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