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Northeast Region, UT
Utah's Northeast region includes several counties in the east-central part of the state, bordering Idaho to the north and Wyoming to the northeast. Heber City is the largest city in the region, with other cities being Park City, Coalville, Randolph and Morgan. Tourism is a year-round activity in the region, with cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling in the winter and golfing, off-roading, hunting, fishing, swimming, boating and other outdoor activities in the warmer months. There are several ski resorts in Park City. Many in the county are employed in the surrounding golf courses, restaurants and specialty shops, with many residents working in nearby Salt Lake City, Provo or Orem. Farming and ranching also contribute to the economy.

There are several state parks and one national forest in the region. Bear Lake State Park features a lake nestled high in the Rocky Mountains, featuring waterskiing, swimming, scuba diving, sailing and other water activities. Fishing is a popular activity in warmer and colder months, with fish being cutthroat mackinaw and whitefish. Deer Creek State Park features a reservoir in the southwest corner of beautiful Heber Valley, and also provides opportunities for fishing, boating, wind surfing, sunbathing and swimming. Other protected areas are Rendezvous Beach State Park, Lost Creek State Park, Jordanelle State Park, Wasatch-Cache National Forest and Wasatch Mountain State Park. Some other attractions in the region are Homestead Crater, the crater of a geothermal spring hidden in a 55-foot-tall, beehive-shaped limestone rock, Commemorative Air Force Utah Wing Museum and historic Heber Valley Railroad.

Summit County is located at the center of Utah's Northeast region, bordering Wyoming to the east and north. It is named because it includes 29 of the highest mountain peaks in Utah. Park City is the largest city and Coalville is the county seat. Other cities are Kamas and Oakley, and there are around a dozen other towns and census-designated places. Primary industries are tourism, mainly skiing and recreation, lumber, farming and ranching livestock. The annual Sundance Film Festival takes place each January in Park City. Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort are located in the county, popular ski resorts where visitors can enjoy skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, world-class spas and fine dining. Utah Olympic Park is also located in Park City and features the bobsled track, mountain coaster, museums, ziplines and more. Ashley National Forest and Wasatch National Forest are Summit County. Some other attractions in the county include Park City Main Street Historic District, Gorgoza Park, featuring snow tubing lanes in the winter, Guardsman Pass Scenic Backway and Union Pacific Rail Trail, a 30-mile long recreational trail for hiking, biking, horseback riding, walking and cross-country skiing in the winter months.

Wasatch County is in the southern part of Utah's Northeast region, just south of Summit County. Its name comes from a Ute Native American word meaning "mountain pass." Heber City is the largest city and the county seat, Midway is the other city in the county, and there are five towns and one census-designated place. The region has been called "Utah's Switzerland" because of the rugged beauty of Mount Timpanogos overlooking Heber Valley, the green meadows, the streams, the cool climate and the large population of Swiss people who settled in Midway in the 1800s. Tourism is a great supporter of the economy, employing many in the county. Many residents are also employed in nearby Salt Lake City and other large cities in the neighboring counties. Agricultural products include hay and livestock. There are excellent opportunities for fishing, boating and many other summer and winter outdoor activities. Ashley National Forest, Uinta National Forest and Wasatch National Forest are located in the county.