Provo Canyon

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Provo Canyon, Fall 2006

Provo Canyon is a canyon located in unincorporated Utah County, Utah, USA and Wasatch County, Utah. Provo Canyon splits between Mount Timpanogos on the north and Mount Cascade on the south. The canyon extends from Orem on the west end to Heber City on the east. The canyon's main thoroughfare is U.S. Route 189. Attractions in Provo Canyon include Vivian Park and Bridal Veil Falls. The Heber Valley Historic Railroad operates passenger trains through the canyon.[1] The Provo River has carved out the canyon over time along with the forces of erosion.

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  1. ^ Wrinn, Jim, ed. (2009). Tourist Trains Guidebook. Waukesha, Wisc.: Kalmbach Publishing. p. 232. ISBN 978-0-87116-273-1. 

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Coordinates: 40°19′45″N 111°37′33″W / 40.32917°N 111.62583°W / 40.32917; -111.62583