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Heber Valley Railroad
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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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.
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.
Just to the east of Heber Valley are hundreds, maybe even thousands, of fairies enchanting the forests along side the scenic Mirror Lake Highway. Somewhat mystical in origin, it's not clear how, why or when the Fairy Forest came to be.
For Years the Homestead has been the epicenter of family reunion and holiday traditions for vacationers from all over. Today, you would be hard pressed to find an Utahn that doesn’t have some memory of or tie to this hallmark of Midway hospitality.
Now is a great time to make your way to Utah's Swiss Alps in the heart of Heber Valley where the hills are alive with adventures from snowshoeing, warm soaks in the Crater, fly fishing the Provo river, or even in the saddle of a stallion.