The Heber Creeper Scenic railway is one of the last operating steam railroads in the United States.
It is the replacement of a busy freight and passenger business starting as the Utah Eastern line and evolving into the Denver and Rio Grande Western. Two trains a day ran along this line during the first part of this century. In the lower part of Provo Canyon it was located across the river from the road.
The Heber Creeper now runs two trains a day between Vivian Park (approximately four miles up the Canyon) and Heber City.