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  • Wasatch Mountain State Park
  • Wasatch Mountain State Park
    Only about a half hour away from the manor, Wasatch State Park, which is located in the picturesque Heber Valley is Utah's most developed state park. The park offers gold, hiking, camping, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. In the fall months, the park's Huber Grove invites apple-picking in their century old orchard.

  • Wasatch-Cache National Forest
  • Wasatch-Cache National Forest
    Home to rugged mountain crests and vast alpine forests, Wasatch National Forest is a picturesque exploration into the broad biodiversity and majesty of the Utah natural environment. Be sure to stop at the Provo River Falls, and any of the 42 bodies of water, especially Mirror Lake. The forest is perfect for an afternoon picnic, a scenic drive, or a cozy camping site.

  • Timpanogos Cave National Monument
  • Timpanogos Cave National Monument
    Though the hike up the side of this mountain-face can be somewhat daunting, with fairly steep switchbacks criss-crossing upwards, the path is paved and wide, and the destination surely outweighs the journey. Timpanogos cave hides vast, magnificent caverns that display some of the finest examples of dripstones in North America. In addition to the awe-inspiring stalactites and stalagmites, among the most interesting are the helictites, which are like hollowed straws of rock. Tours are run from May - October, when the cave is open. Be sure to dress warmly, as the caverns temperatures remain low, even during the hottest summer months.

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