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The elevation in Wasatch County ranges from 5,016 ft. - 11,640 ft. ranking it 9th in terms of highest elevations in Utah counties.
The annual average snowfall in Wasatch County is 121.23 inches, ranking it 1st in average snowfall in Utah counties.
Midway City: 5,093
Heber City: 15,792
Wasatch County: 32,106
Heber Valley is in a sweet spot being a 30 minute drive to Provo, a 15 minute drive away from Park City, and only 45 minutes from Salt Lake City.
With a wide variety of things to fill your days and nights, the Heber Valley has things from concerts and farmers markets, to swimming, hiking, and train rides. To learn more about what the area has to offer, click here.
The hot season in Heber Valley is typically June-September, with an average daily temperature high above 74°F. The cold season is typically November-February, with an average daily high of below 41°F.
There are always fun events and activities occurring around town, to find out what will be going on click here.
The ski season generally runs from mid-November through mid-April, depending on snowfall and weather. For more information about this years’ ski season, click here.
Whether it’s a hot summer day or a white winter afternoon, there is always something to do in Heber Valley. Take your pick from boating, hiking, or biking, skiing, tubing, and snowshoeing. For more information on outdoor activities, click here.
There is a wide variety of places for family reunions in the Heber Valley. The three state parks (Deer Creek, Jordanelle, Wasatch Mountain) offer pavilions and campsites for large groups. Enjoy having the entire family under one roof at Timber Moose Lodge or Silver Springs Lodge which can lodge approximately 45-60 people. The Homestead, Zermatt, Best Western, and Daniels Summit offer private rooms and large gathering areas for the family. For more information about family reunion lodging, click here.
The road accessing Cascade Springs through Heber City and Wasatch Mountain State Park is currently closed for the season due to construction. However, it can still be accessed via ATV trail that follows along the road. The Springs can also be reached by going through Sundance or American Fork Canyon.
Guardsman Pass, mountain roads that connect Park City, Midway, and Big Cottonwood Canyon, are opened seasonally. Typical closure for the pass is early November and typical reopening is end of May, depending on the weather and amount of snowfall.
Mirror Lake Highway is closed seasonally for mileposts 14.6 - 48.6. The road is typically closed in early November and reopens Memorial Day weekend, this is dependent on the weather and amount of snowfall.