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Heber Valley Trails: On the Edge of Adventure

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Jul 01, 2019
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The Heber Valley, known for its famous railroad and some of the best milkshakes around, boasts a world-class trail system that features miles of pristine off-highway vehicle trails. What makes the trail system so great is not just the beautiful scenery, the cooler mountain temperatures, or even the convenient access to adventure. The proverbial icing on the cake for ATV enthusiasts is the quality of outfitters and trail experts that make their home—and your experience enjoyable—in the Heber Valley.

Uinta Recreation, Daniels Summit Lodge, Wasatch Excursions, New Heights Rentals, Lofty Peaks Adventures, the Adventure Haus, High Valley Rental, and the Midway Adventure Company all share a common denominator: They all provide unparalleled access to awesome machinery, trail maps, and the best-kept-secrets to maximizing your trail ride in the Heber Valley!

While Utah is home to The Greatest Snow on Earth, one could also argue that Utah is home to theGreatest Trails in the Universe! How can we make such a bold claim? For starters, the Rocky Mountains are just as their name suggests: rocky, rigid, and abundant. As the heart of the Rocky Mountains, the Heber Valley has a vast trail system that encounters all types of terrain. And while riding along the top of beautiful mountain ranges, our guests literally feel like they are on top of the world.

One of the more popular routes known as Cascade Springs Road (a dirt trail that leads into the heart of Wasatch Mountain State Park—one of Utah’s largest geographical parks) is a beloved access point to adventure. Due to a paving project taking place on this route, however, the trail is closed to the public this summer which presents new opportunities to explore some additional terrain.

For example, we recommend exploring more of the many trails Wasatch Mountain State Park has to offer that will take you over hills and through groves of Aspen trees, making you feel “at one” with mother nature. Find maps and more information online at their website or stop by their visitor center in Midway.

Still hungry for more? Venture into the hundreds of miles of trails that surround the Heber Valley; going beyond Wasatch Mountain State Park and Strawberry Reservoir , holding so many adventures just waiting to begin. Maps and more information about these trails can be found by visiting the US Forest Service website or the US Forest Service Ranger Station on Highway 40.

Whether you are looking for an adrenaline thrill or a relaxing scenic ride, Heber Valley is a great place to start. With so many options close by, our guests leave with a big wide smile and anticipation for their next adventure on the trails.


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