Wasatch Mountain Range

Wasatch Crest Recovery is located on Utah’s scenic Highway 40 in Heber City (elevation 6,120 feet). Our mountainside campus is 45 minutes from Salt Lake City International airport and just 7.8 miles from Park City’s historic Main Street. These facilities are majestically situated on 8.74 acres of manicured lawns, landscaped gardens, open fields, pristine pastures and easily navigable trails.

Our Home

The main residence, often called “The House” was built for the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games. This spacious home of 14,840 square feet, contains 12 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, and 20 client beds. The well-appointed public rooms have a rustic look and feel with fireplaces, Western art and sculpture and comfortable furniture for dining, group sessions, activities and relaxation.

Visitors immediately feel a particularly warm welcome from the loving team of professionals here to help them. Our beautiful surroundings, landscaped grounds, garden areas, and the fresh clean air of Utah’s foothills present an exhilarating first impression.

Clients are consistently pleased with the first-rate facilities available during their treatment. Expert attention to detail is evident in the quality of the rooms, furnishings and other appointments in our home. Our chef is noted for delicious and nutritious meals, snacks and special treats. We also offer treatment-appropriate entertainments and diversions for our clients.

Family members, who have long recognized the chaos in their loved one’s life, are welcomed to an overall atmosphere that eases minds, answers questions and provides hope. We are committed to the safety and security of all our clients at all hours during their stay.

Many Wasatch Crest alumni regularly return to lend their support, experience and encouragement to those who now are where they once were. One of the hallmarks of our mission is to offer more than just treatment programs. Our alumni attest to the success of our efforts by their ongoing support and participation in their own recovery.

Our team of professionals has a tradition of supporting and taking care of one another. These personal traits extend to our clients, family members and alumni, offering a safe and trusting environment for recovery. Integrity is the basis of our operating philosophy at Wasatch Crest. We practice the principles we hope to inspire in others.

Inside Our Home

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Outside Our Home

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Beyond Our Home

Wasatch Crest Recovery is located on Utah’s scenic Highway 40 in Heber City (elevation 5,720 feet). Our mountainside campus is 45 minutes from Salt Lake City International airport and just 7.8 miles from Park City’s historic Main Street. These facilities are majestically situated on 8.74 acres of manicured lawns, landscaped gardens, open fields, pristine pastures and easily navigable trails — ideal for running and hiking.

The Wasatch Mountain Range stretches for 160 miles from the Utah/Idaho border south to central Utah. It sits on the western slope of the great Rocky Mountains and the eastern edge of the Great Basin. The name “Wasatch” is the Ute Indian translation of “mountain pass” or “low range over a mountain pass.” The highest point of the Wasatch mountains is Mt. Nebo at 11,928 feet. Other notable landmarks nearby include Lone Peak, Twin Peaks, Mt. Olympus and Bridal Veil Falls.

The city of Heber was founded in 1859 by Mormon pioneers from England. The current population is approximately 13,000. This bucolic little town is nestled between the Jordanelle State Park & Reservoir and Deer Creek Dam & Reservoir. The verdant Heber Valley is bisected by the Provo River, renowned for fly fishing, and shares the valley with the resort town of Midway. Nearby ski resorts include Park City Mountain, Sundance, and Soldier Hollow, site of the 2002 Winter Olympic cross-country skiing events. The Heber Valley is a pastoral setting and home to many beautiful farms and natural wildlife.

 

“When we are unable to find tranquility within ourselves, it is useless to seek it elsewhere.” –Francois de la Rochefoucald