The Heber Valley Railroad may well be the Valley's biggest and most celebrated attraction, but it's far from the only attraction. See More Attractions
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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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!
The Heber Valley is known as a hub for unique and quality dining places. Among others, it boasts the Tarahumara, Dairy Keen, and Junction restaurants. What people may not recognize is that Heber Valley is also now home to a pet’s dream: Good Life Pet Center.
The western traditions of the old west come alive in the Heber Valley through song, poet, gunfights, rodeos and more as Heber Valley declares October as "Cowboy" Month. Strap on your boots, chaps, and cowboy hats to head up to the Heber Valley “Cowboy” October.
Heber Valley Medical Center was honored Thursday, September 18, as the 2014 Business of the year at the Heber Valley Business Summit. The award is presented to one business each year, and Heber Valley was chosen because of their increased focus on improving community health, wellness and unity.