The Heber Valley Railroad may well be the Valley's biggest and most celebrated attraction, but it's far from the only attraction. There are a number of different things to do in the area that have become some of Utah’s most well-known attractions. The Heber Valley features sightseeing, museums, spas, art, entertainment, state parks, and many other world-class activities. If you are looking for the best of Heber City, Midway, and Heber Valley, you have come to the right place.
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The Gold course is a spectacular mountain course with significant elevation changes throughout.
Midway’s Ice Castle will be open to the public in late December through February, weather permitting.
Guests looking for a truly indulgent experience at a luxury resort spa in Utah will find refuge at The Spa at Zermatt.
Towering 55-feet tall, this beehive shaped, geo-thermal hotpot is filled with 90 degree mineral water.
Modalities include Swedish deep tissue, sports and injury specific, prenatal, Thai, hot stone, wraps and scrubs. Out call services available.
The Avon Theatre was constructed around 1950 and has shown movies off and on since. Beyond showing films, the Avon Theatre also hosts special events.
Tucked away in Utah's beautiful Heber Valley, Wasatch Mountain State Park is a park for all seasons.