Wunderground® Travel Planner: Heber, UT
|Weather Observed||Recorded Days (of 4 total)|
3 days (75%)
|Snow||1 days (25%)|
|Partly Cloudy||1 days (25%)|
|Thunderstorms||0 days (0%)|
|Hail||0 days (0%)|
Of 4 days between 1996 and 2015, Sunny was the most frequent condition. Additionally, 1 days were recorded with precipitation.
Note: As multiple conditions can be recorded during one day, the weather observed may total more than 4.
Although the temperature is most often Freezing, the temperatures are highly variable.
If you're near the east side of the city, try the Bonneville Golf Course
(954 S. Connor St., East Side. Tel. 801/583-9513). Less than five minutes from downtown you can tee off at the 18-holeRose Park Golf Course
(1386 N. Redwood Rd., West Side. Tel. 801/596-5030). A championship course and spectacular scenery await you 20 minutes away at theSouth Mountain Golf Club
(1247 E. Rambling Rd., Draper. Tel. 801/495-0500).Stonebridge Golf Club
(4415 Links Dr., West Valley City. Tel. 801/957-9000) is a five-minute drive from Salt Lake International Airport, and it offers a Johnny Miller signature design course.
Within 20 minutes of Park City are 10 golf courses: five public and five private. The Park City Municipal Golf Course
(1541 Thaynes Canyon Dr.Tel. 435/615-5800) has 18 holes right in the heart of town with views of the ski runs and surrounding peaks.
The only swanky private club in the area to make tee times available to the general public, Promontory-The Ranch Club
(8758 Promontory Ranch Rd.Tel. 435/333-4218. www.promontoryclub.com) offers limited tee times to nonmembers on its challenging and sometimes windy Pete Dye-designed course. The club is renowned for extraordinary views and exemplary service. Greens fees are $200 per person (with cart).
3003 N. Thanksgiving Way
Salt Lake City, UT
28 mi south of Salt Lake City via I-15 South
Initially purchased in 1995 by a local family as a small farm for their children, Thanksgiving Point is now home to an ever-evolving project for all visitors to enjoy. Wander through the world's largest dinosaur museum, the Museum of Ancient life; play golf on an 18-hole Johnny Miller-designed course; or take in a Western musical review. There are greenhouses, gardens, a hands-on barnyard animal park, two restaurants, and a movie theater. Two large gift shops sell home-decor items, jewelry, and unique children's learning toys. www.thanksgivingpoint.com. Admission: $9.50 museum; $8 gardens; $3.50 farm country. Hours: Mon.-Sat., daily 10-8.
1235 Warm Springs Rd.
Midway,, UT 84049
Turrets, wrought-iron balconies, an antique alpenhorn, and the boar above the hearth give this château-style inn a warm, romantic feel. Each elegantly furnished room—named for a literary great—has fresh flowers, a fireplace, a jetted tub, and a cuddly "guard boar." Pop into the pub for a pint or play a round at the neighboring golf course. The views of the Wasatch Mountains are as impressive as the in-house chef's cuisine. Pros:
Freshly made pastries. Hospitable staff. Peaceful, romantic ambiance.Cons:
It's not the best place to bring the kids. www.theblueboarinn.com. 12 rooms. In-room: Wi-Fi. In-hotel: restaurant, bar, parking. Credit cards accepted. Rate includes: Breakfast.
700 N. Homestead Dr.
Midway,, UT 84049
Park City silver miners soaked in the hot springs of this resort, which has been in operation since 1886, and you can, too. Garden walkways lead between cottages and main buildings at this sprawling country retreat with a steamy, natural crater at its center. Rooms and common areas are decorated in traditional period furnishings. Pros:
A Bruce Summerhays-designed golf course. There's both an Aveda spa and the natural hot springs.Cons:
The only thing missing on-site is a ski hill. www.homesteadresort.com. 147 rooms. In-room: safe (some), kitchen (some), Internet, Wi-Fi. In-hotel: restaurants, bar, golf course, pools, tennis courts, gym, spa, laundry facilities. Credit cards accepted.
2001 Park Ave.
Park City, UT 84068
On the Park City golf course, this all-suites hotel is built in the tradition of the grand old lodges of the West and furnished with leather furniture, marble bathrooms, and rustic luxury in all the details. Each room has a private balcony or patio, fireplace, and jetted tub, and the cottages have hot tubs. The 8,500-square-foot spa includes everything you'd expect with extras like a yoga room and a candlelit couples treatment room. Pros:
Location close to town and the ski hills. Grand lodge-style rooms with views. Bulgari bath products.Cons:
Though front desk staff is friendly, there's a whiff of pretension here. www.hotelparkcity.com. 54 in-hotel suites and 46 cottage suites. In-room: kitchen, Internet, Wi-Fi. In-hotel: restaurant, bar, pool, gym, spa, laundry facilities. Credit cards accepted.
1800 Park Ave.
Park City, UT 84060
Easy access to all three Park City resorts and the city golf course via shuttles is the principal attraction here. The high ceilings with exposed beams and flagstone entry to the lobby lend a mountain lodge feel to this otherwise standard hotel. Some rooms have fireplaces, jetted tubs, and kitchenettes. Pros:
Clean, basic rooms suit the clientele (primarily cost-conscious tourists and conference attendees).Cons:
No-frills accommodations. Traffic can clog Park Avenue during peak season. www.yarrowresort.com. 173 rooms, 8 suites. In-room: safe, kitchen (some), Internet, Wi-Fi. In-hotel: restaurant, bar, pool, gym, laundry facilities. Credit cards accepted.
784 W. Resort Dr.
Midway,, UT 84049
Slightly Disney-esque in its re-creation of a Swiss-style estate, this sprawling hotel has everything from a wildlife-theme carousel to a full-service spa. The lederhosen-bedecked staff is friendly without being over-solicitous, the rooms feel both modern and chalet-style old world, and the mountain views are superb. With activities ranging from volleyball to miniature golf, there's something to keep the whole family entertained. Pros:
Immaculate rooms with stellar views. Plenty to do.Cons:
Ambiance can feel more theme park than authentically Swiss. www.zermatt.dolce.com. 427 rooms. In-room: safe, kitchen (some), Wi-Fi. In-hotel: restaurants, pool, tennis court, gym, spa, children's programs, laundry facilities. Credit cards accepted.
1310 Lowell Ave.
Park City, UT
In summer Park City Mountain Resort transforms itself into a mountain amusement park including attractions such as the Alpine Slide, Zip Rider, Alpine Coaster, and Little Miners' Park. The Alpine Slide begins with a chairlift ride up the mountain, then special sleds carry sliders down 3,000 feet of winding concrete and fiberglass track at speeds controlled by each rider. The Zip Rider is 60 seconds of adrenaline rush as riders strap into a harness suspended from a cable for a 500-foot vertical drop spanning 3,000 feet of track. The gravity-propelled Alpine Coaster (which operates year-round) lacks the inversion of traditional roller coasters, but zooms through mountainous twists and turns at speeds up to 35 mph. The Little Miners' Park has children's rides. There's also a miniature golf course, climbing wall, horseback riding, trampolines, a human maze, and lift-served mountain biking and hiking. www.parkcitymountain.com.
1281 Warm Springs Rd.
Wasatch Mountain State Park, a 22,000-acre preserve, is 3 mi from Heber City. Visitors enjoy a number of activities ranging from serene hikes along winding mountain trails to golfing at one of the two 36-hole golf courses. Children have their own fishing pond near the visitor center, which also provides parking places. During winter, hiking turns to snowshoeing, cross-country or backcountry skiing along Dutch Hollow, Snake Creek, or Pine Creek trails winding up through stands of gambel oak, aspen, and maple. Locals know the best time of year in the park is autumn when the mountainsides light up with deep crimson, ochre, and ruddy salmon-color leaves. On the southern end of the park is Soldier Hollow
(2002 Olympic Dr.Tel. 435/654-2002. www.soldierhollow.com), venue for the 2002 Winter Olympic biathlon and cross-country events. Soldier Hollow is open to the public year-round for hiking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, tubing, snowshoeing, biathlon, and other events. The City Slicker trails cater to beginner and intermediate skiers who may find the Olympic course daunting. A beautiful lodge has food concessions, equipment rentals, and a souvenir shop. www.stateparks.utah.gov. Admission: $5 per car at campground for day use.
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|Record (KPVU)||53 °F (1997)||-4 °F (1991)|
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