All aboard the historic Heber Valley railroad for a scenic trip through the valley, around Deer Creek Reservoir and down picturesque Provo Canyon.
Seven million gallons of water a day flow down a series of limestone terraces and pools among lush vegetation. With a family-friendly board walk, people of all ages can come and enjoy the peace and beauty in this hidden treasure.
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Read through the various posts below provided by Heber Valley Tourism and Economic Development to read stories about Heber's historical past, its current local ongoings and events and information about future happenings within Wasatch County!
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Heber Valley has over 30 non-chain restaurants that offer a wider variety of flavors. You can sample cuisine from the Orient, or something with Europe flare, or something a little more familiar and closer to home. With so many different styles and flavors, here are top seven tips on how to enjoy the best dining experiences our valley has to offer.
Category: Expert Advice, Local Business News, Things to Do
Passion can be it's own force of nature. It drives us to become better, to do better, to try harder, and to follow our dreams. It takes passion to dedicate your life in honing your craft. The mechanics, machinists, and steel workers at the Heber Valley Railroad exhibit their passion for rail car and steam engine each day they go to work.
Most people in Utah know Heber Valley as summer destination for all things outdoor. However, when the temperatures drop and thick snow covers the grounds, the winters in Heber Valley heat up. Here’s the top seven things you need to do with your family this winter up in Heber Valley.
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An unforgettable winter experience will return to Midway, Utah this season, bringing millions of tourism dollars with it. Utah-based Ice Castles has already started construction on their Midway winter wonderland and is on target to open December 27, if temperatures stay seasonal.
During the five years that I’ve worked in Heber Valley, I’ve provided hundreds of referrals as to where people should visit within the Heber Valley area. From one-day visits to week-long retreats, I’ve been able to talk the tourism talk quite well. This fall, however, I was able to gain first-hand experience in truly experiencing the majesty of the Heber Valley.