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Red Ledges Opens new Clubhouse

  • Posted On: 6/1/15 at 06:52 PM
  • Category: Business Spotlight
Red Ledges, a premier four-season mountain recreation community in the Heber Valley, celebrated the official opening of its recently completed 14,000 square-foot clubhouse.

Take Picture, It lasts longer

  • Posted On: 5/22/15 at 09:09 AM
Guest blogger Gene Sweeney shares picture taking tips from his 40 years in the business. Practice these new found skills on a scenic drive up the mountains.

Heber Valley: Utah's Mountain Golf Destination

  • Posted On: 5/12/15 at 01:24 PM
Home to 90 holes of public golf, host site of the nations longest running golf tournament, Utah's only hotel and golf resort, one the most popular golf courses in the state, Heber Valley is the crowning jewel in Utah's fantastic golf scene.

Golf Grub: Where to eat after a round?

  • Posted On: 4/29/15 at 09:46 AM
After a birdie finish at 18, you're hungry, and thirsty. The next important choice you're going to have to make this round is where to eat? You're in good luck the best food around is just a few yards away.

Provo River Guide

  • Posted On: 4/20/15 at 03:37 PM
  • Category: Expert Advice, Things to Do
It takes something pretty special to receive a blue ribbon designation. The mighty Provo River stretches across three counties, provides water for millions, and has some of the best fly fishing in the state. Find our more about what makes this river so special.