Explore the most popular trails near Heber City with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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my dogs and i enjoyed this little hike. nice and quite

on Provo River, Middle

hiking
22 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

Took the kids, it was great. The trail had spots of mud but the temperature was perfect. Beautiful hike and we will be doing it again soon.

on Provo River, Middle

fly fishing
1 month ago

Absolutely Beautiful

fly fishing
1 month ago

Great easy trail along the river. Fun for the whole family

hiking
1 month ago

Trailhead has one, maybe two parking spots just down the hill, but not much as it is residential. That being said, the north side has the most spectacular fall foliage right now! Get up there soon! Even if you just want to turn back at the saddle and go through it again!

on Phospate Trail Loop

hiking
2 months ago

Nice trail for early autumn with leaves beginning to turn. The marked access point is has no parking so Wow Pine trail parking is your option.

on Wow Pine Canyon Trail

hiking
2 months ago

Used as access to Phosphate Loop. A little confusing on the return with a couple of side trails.

on Fairy Forest Trail

walking
2 months ago

mountain biking
2 months ago

Awesome trail. Lots of other trails around, this one is closer to a downhill style. Super fun.

hiking
2 months ago

hiking
2 months ago

Dis this with the kids, who loved it. Great way to spend an hour looking at the rocks and houses.

hiking
2 months ago

Fun little nature walk. I'll be returning with my grandkids to enjoy this fun trail again.

off road driving
2 months ago

We drove atv's from parking area at soapstone basin until you get to Iron mine lake. First half of a mile you are on pavement then graded dirt road that a car could drive for the next 5 miles. After you fork to go toward mill hollow or keep going straight toward the lake it gets rocky the rest of the way and slows you down significantly. We went through two flooded areas that were about a foot deep at its deepest, their span was about 20 feet across. Best parts of the trail! Finally when you arrive at the lake you are greeted with a serene untouched mountain lake with lillies and a large meadow. It is quiet and beautiful. We turned back to the parking area whole trip was about 4 hours. Great for going somewhere new to you.