Summit County offers a unique silver mining history and diverse landscape, ranging from rugged wilderness to expansive ranches and slopeside neighborhoods. The western county is home to three world-class ski resorts and the 2002 Winter Olympic Alpine venues, while the east side provides a more rural setting and is the gateway to the Uintah National Forest. From breathtaking alpine foliage to year-round recreation, Summit County is an unbelievable place to live, work and play.
The Heber Valley is home to three state parks, 90 holes of golf, the 2002 Winter Olympic cross-country venue, year-round resorts and an abundance of outdoor recreation. Just a 50-minute drive to the Salt Lake International Airport and 30 minutes to Provo, the Heber Valley is close enough to major Utah cities yet far enough away to enjoy breathtaking scenery and a coveted mountain lifestyle.