Between the destination towns of Heber and Midway, Heber Valley astonishes with its alpine splendor and access to endless outdoor recreation. Exclusive resorts, authentic dining and world-class golf round out the valley's extensive list of incredible accommodations and vast trail network, which means your Heber Valley sanctuary can be built on luxury, outdoor recreation, or a combination of both.
Heber Valley Artisan Cheese
Heber Valley Artisan Cheese offers up some spectacular farm-fresh cheeses and milk from the adjacent artesian well-watered fields. It's one of the few independent dairies in Utah, and a must stop on your Heber Valley visit.
Heber Valley Railroad
On the Heber Valley Railroad, also known as "The Heber Creeper" enjoy a 100-year-old steam train journey across farmlands, follow a lake shore, and descend into a scenic canyon. Special BBQ, murder mystery, wizard trains, casino trains and several individual train events run during the season.
Homestead Crater is a geothermal spring hidden within a 55-foot tall, beehive-shaped limestone rock located on the Homestead property. Once inside, you can go swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling, enjoy a therapeutic soak, or even take a paddleboard yoga class.
For a complete list of attractions, accommodations and dining, visit Heber Valley's website.
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Midway's Homestead Resort is anchored by a hot springs crater, and offers horseback riding, fly fishing, a golfer's paradise, hayrides, cross-country skiing and skate skiing with rentals available, or winter sleigh rides.
Tapping the valley's Alpine roots, the Zermatt Resort offers a one-of-a-kind escape for both business and leisure travelers in a European atmosphere. In addition to a variety of beautiful accommodations, Zermatt has a hand-crafted carousel, Italian gelatos and arranges family outdoor activities.
Blue Boar Inn
The Blue Boar Inn is a truly classic European-style chateau that epitomizes the concept of a building being "nestled" in an environment. This European bed and breakfast has 12 exquisite rooms and a Zagat-rated restaurant.
View a complete list of accommodations in Heber Valley
A Blue Ribbon stream, the Provo River offers more than 15 miles of angling access, prolific hatches, stunning views of Mount Timpanogos and rich populations of brown and rainbow trout. Learn more
Escape the crowds on Heber Valley’s Coyote Canyon Loop. Located on private land whose owners graciously allow cycling, the 20-mile trail offers spectacular mountain vistas, sheep-dotted landscapes and quite the workout for those who want it.
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