Text if Needed

Confirm Trip Deletion

Are you sure you want to delete this trip?

Delete Cancel
User mode: Stranger/Member
Logged In: Not Logged In/Logged In
Working trip index: 1
Trip edited: No
Trip has saves: No

Edit my Account info

Optional instructional text here

Create an Account

Some text here

Import Trip Plans - Decommissioned

You or someone using this computer or device previously created Trip Plans.
What should we do with these plans?
Make these Trip Plans part of my account
Discard these Trip Plans


Some text here

Password Reset

Please enter the email you used to set up your account.
We'll send a link to use to reset your password.

Check Your Email

If there is an account with the email address , we will send you a link to reset your password

Create a Trip

Save your favorites to your own customizable trip

Check Your Email

We've sent a link to let you reset your password


You currently have no favorites saved.

  • Trip Template
See all of my trips
Create a New Trip
Sign In or Join to preserve your plans:
All Trips
  • Trip Template
Start Date:  

Day Planner

Drag saved items onto the calendar to plan your trip day by day
Trip Length:   


Upcoming Trips

Add New Adventure
Make Active
Trip title
  • days
  • favorites
  • scheduled
  • Edit
  • Day Planner
  • View Favorites
  • Delete

Past Trips

Trip title
  • days
  • favorites
  • scheduled
  • Edit
  • Day Planner
  • View Favorites
  • Delete
Alert here
  • 60°
  • Heber Valley, Utah
  • Tuesday, May 28, 2024
  • 02:03 AM
Clear 60°
Wednesday H: 76°
L: 42°
Thursday H: 81°
L: 43°
Mostly Sunny
Friday H: 78°
L: 39°
Mostly Cloudy
Saturday H: 71°
L: 41°
Mostly Sunny
Sunday H: 75°
L: 45°
Mostly Sunny

February 2023 Director's Letter

We often talk a lot about relationships in the chamber. February has been an exciting month for the chamber to help create meaningful relationships. Earlier this month, we launched our first ever, Donuts with the Director event. This meeting is a listening event for the staff and me as we listen to your thoughts, concerns, hopes, and aspirations while enjoying donuts, coffee, and juice. I, for one, look forward to our next event in April. Also, The Heber Senator B&B hosted a wonderful After Hours Mixer this month. Seeing new people connect and build new friendships at these events is always fun.

This past week we held our annual “State of the Valley,” in which we had Midway Mayor Celeste Johnson, Heber City Mayor Heidi Franco, and Wasatch County Council Member Mark Nelson speak to the chamber about what’s happening in the valley. The State of the Valley luncheon has become a great way to build relationships with our elected officials. All of these events help us in our mission to unite and connect local businesses. Creating relationships are critical in helping us find common ground, work through difficult situations, and learn from each other.

To get the most out of your chamber experience, I encourage you to take advantage of these many different opportunities to build lasting and meaningful relationships. The more connected we are, the more united we’ll be. The more united we are, there is nothing we can’t get through together. 

Chamber Newsletter
In the News
Chamber of Commerce
To start planning your next : Drag and drop items here Or click the icon
Start time:


Opening in a new tab...