The Heber Valley Railroad
Authentic old Engine #618, circa 1907, pulls a passenger train composed of restored 1920's era rail cars along 16 miles of track through Heber Valley and down into Provo Canyon.
Trip starts at the Train Depot, 450 South 600 West in Heber City. The route winds through farms and then traces the west bank of Deer Creek Reservoir before following the Provo River down into Provo Canyon to Vivian Park.
Scenery along the route is spectacular during every season of the year. Wild animals and birds are commonly seen along the tracks, including deer, elk and eagles.
The ride is about three and a half hours long, round trip. Special rides centered around events and themes are offered on a regular basis. One of the most popular themed rides recreates "The Polar Express" and is offered during the Christmas season.
For ticket price information, schedules and special ride information, visit hebervalleyrr.org or call 435-654-5601.
For area info contact Heber Valley Office of Tourism, 866-994-3237 or 435-654-3666
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