HERE ARE A FEW TO START WITH …
Soar across the longest over-water zipline.
Ride in President Truman’s original train car or participate in a live adventure train.
Dive, swim & soak in the natural geothermal Utah Crater.
Try your aim at the 2002 Olympic Biathlon Course at Soldier Hollow.
Have a fun experience, and get a hot air balloon ride with Balloons Above.
Ride an ATV/RZR to the top of the Wasatch Mountains and visit Cascade Spring along the way.
Mountain bike up and down hundreds of miles of trails including the famous WOW Trail (local favorite).
Golf 90 public holes at 5 courses – all located within 3 miles.
Sleep out under the stars at one of our three State Parks.
VISIT SUMMERTIME’S FAVORITE VALLEY!
Between endless trails, three state parks, and 90 holes of golf, the opportunities for memorable adventures are as plentiful as the shiny stars in our certified dark sky destination.
For the most daring to those looking to just enjoy all that summer offers, Heber Valley is like a backyard playground and a perfect place to complete your own bucket-list. But before you read further, we’d like to let you in on our favorite secret: unlike a traditional bucket-list where you only do something once, the Heber Valley will make you want to come back again and again. Plan for your next bucket-list adventure at gohebervalley.com
LONGEST OVER WATER ZIPLINE
Soar to new heights on the world’s longest All within 3 miles in the most scenic mountain valley over water zipline at Zipline Utah.
SCENIC TRAIN RIDE
This iconic train runs year-round Monday – Saturday.
Swim, soak or dive in the only warm water
diving hole in the continental US.
PADDLEBOARD AT DEER CREEK RESERVOIR
Make a splash or get some exercise while paddleboarding at Deer Creek State Park.
MOUNTAIN BIKING THE WOW TRAIL
Catch a shuttle and glide down the mountainor work up a sweat and climb to the top either way the views are so worth it!
GOLF 90 HOLES
All within 3 miles in the most scenic mountain valley.
HIKING AT WASATCH, MOUNTAIN S TATE PARK
There are several options here for all skill levels. On a hot July day we recommend the
Visitors Center Trail – it’s heavily shaded!
TAKE IN THE TOWN ON AN ELECTRIC BIKE
Rent an e-bike and explore the city or the backroads of Midway.
PICNIC AT WHISKEY SPRINGS
Pack a picnic and head south on Highway 40. The turn-off is about 8 miles southeast of Heber on the west side of the road.
RIDE AN ATV TO CASCADE SPRINGS
Rent an ATV or bring your own and experience the beauty of a natural spring while adventuring through the trails of Snake Creek Canyon. Access Cascade Springs on trail 1 of the Cummings Parkway Trail.
FLOAT THE PROVO RIVER
Cool off with a trip down the Provo River on a raft or tube. Don’t forget to pack your
sunscreen. Insider Tip: we recommend using a guide for this experience.
GO CAMPING AT A STATE PARK
(Wasatch, Deer Creek, or Jordanelle). Pitch a tent, drop a trailer, or try out yurt camping at a State Park in Heber Valley this season.
Heber Valley is home to three large reservoirs, the Provo River, and several smaller lakes. Grab a guide or bring your gear and snag a toad in Heber Valley this season.