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!
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.
As the leaves begin to change and fall gives way to winter its time for a "Fall Photo Finish." This weeks blog comes from guest blogger Brent Haddock. Brent has spent many years taking great photos of the Heber Valley and has compiled a list of tips to help anyone take beautiful fall photos. Check out his work on his website, then get out to go get some great shots.
People who come to the Heber Valley almost always fall in love with the area. People express their love for the valley in many different ways and local resident Deonn Stott shares here love for the valley on her blog "QuiltScapes" through her words and a magnificent quilt. Here is a little expert from here blog and a link to her page that features many wonderful works.
Heber Valley has many jewels that make this place special. One particularly impressive jewel is the Utah Wing of the Commemorative Air Force at Russ McDonald Airfield. The Mission of the CAF is to preserve and honor the legacy of the men and women of the armed forces in World War II.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a local or a visitor to Heber Valley, the Dutch Hollow Trail system of Wasatch Mountain State Park is definitely worth your time. If you’re new to the sport of mountain biking you really need to give the Heber Valley Overlook trail a try. The trailhead for this ride starts right from the parking lot making it easy to find.