You'll Get Epic Quality Time With Your BFFs On This Utah Ride Through The Countryside

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Heber Valley Railroad In Utah Lets You & Your Crew Rent Out An Entire Caboose

Choo-Choo! Get ready for the trip of a lifetime with this magical adventure. The Heber Valley Railroad in Utah lets you and your crew rent a whole caboose to yourselves for a journey across the stunning countryside. You can catch dreamy landscapes and some epic quality time with this fantastic deal.

The Heber Valley Railroad in Heber City, Utah, will fill you with wonder on their magical rides through a variety of destinations.

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One of their excursions, the Deer Creek Express, lets you glide past towering mountains, a stunning reservoir, and lush green valleys.

The best part is you, and your besties can rent out an entire caboose to enjoy the adventure in.

Their "Red Caboose" can fit 12 people and only costs $240.

For only $20 per person, you can indulge in your very own car and watch as the dreamy sights pass by in a magical combination of colors and shapes.

To treat yourselves to this excellent deal, you have to book in advance through the ticket office.

With your own private space, this 90-minute journey away from the everyday hustle and bustle will get you some much-needed R&R.

You can also choose to ride in the central part of the train and still glimpse the jaw-dropping scenery by snagging a $20 general admission ticket.

The tours run May through August on Tuesday-Saturday, or Friday-Saturday in September, and various dates between October and November.

If you've been dreaming of an extraordinary venture, this might be it.

Heber Valley Railroad

Price: $240 for the entire Red Caboose

Address: Railroad Depot, 450 S. 600 W., Heber City, UT

Why You Need To Go: This dreamy deal will let you rent out the entire caboose to journey across the stunning countryside. 


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