Deer Creek Express
This 90 minute trip offers incredible views of the Wasatch Mountains and wide-open vistas of Deer Creek Reservoir and the beautiful Heber Valley. The Deer Creek Express departs from the Heber Valley Railroad Station, follows the shores of Deer Creek Reservoir to the dam, and returns. Keep a look out for Black Jack Raven and the Soldier Hollow Gang, they may be lurking in the trees awaiting your arrival.
Time: 3:00 PM
Ticket Price: Adults: $15/Kids (3-12): $10
Special Information: Please arrive 45 minutes prior to departure.
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This 90 minute trip offers incredible views of the Wasatch Mountains and wide-open vistas of Deer Creek Reservoir and the beautiful Heber Valley. The Soldier Hollow Express departs from The Heber Valley Railroad Station, follows the shores of Deer Creek Reservoir to the dam, and returns.
Keep a look out for Black Jack Raven and the Soldier Hollow Gang, they may be lurking in the trees awaiting your arrival.
Food available for purchase on board the train.
June 5th through October 11th (The Depot will be closed Sunday’s and Monday’s).
November 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 29th, 30th
December 26th – 29th
Depart: 3:00 pm
Return: 5:00 pm
90 minutes round trip
Important To Know:
• Please arrive 45 minutes prior to departure.
• Our full-service snack car offers food and beverage for purchase throughout the ride.
• Outside food and beverages are not allowed.
• Car seats and strollers are not allowed on train.
• Restrooms available on the train and at Vivian Park.
• Due to the historic nature of our rail cars, wheelchair access is limited. Please call ahead for additional information.
• We are unable to accommodate dogs on the train.
• Robbery schedule is subject to change without notice.
• All rides and adventures depart from the Heber depot unless noted otherwise.
The Heber Valley Historic Railroad’s history began in 1899, when trains served the pioneers who first settled the valley. In the early 1970’s, the railroad became the “Heber Creeper,” a tourist passenger train operating on a seasonal basis. We now operate as a year-round, non-profit organization focused on tourism, education and the restoration of historical railroad equipment. The Heber Valley Railroad is reminiscent of the typical short-line railway that could be seen in many parts of Utah and throughout rural America during the “Golden Years” of U.S. railroading. Our goal is to help you enjoy a slice of Americana which has otherwise disappeared. The train ride, depot and atmosphere around the rail equipment, yards and buildings have been designed to be educational to young and old.