The Hiking Inn now serving Doctors' Choice Coffee

Midway is such a very beautiful little town! Located in Heber valley, the city has a total area of 3.3 square miles! It is home of the 10,000-year old geo-thermal crater, which attracts many swimmers and scuba divers because of the warm & clear mineral water. Midway was also home of the 2002 Winter Olympics cross-country and biathlon events. 

Notable facts

  • Midway was the site of the 2002 Winter Olympics cross-country and biathlon events, which took place at Soldier Hollow.
  • The community is also known for the large "hot-pot" or geo-thermal caldera at the Homestead Resort. There is year-round scuba diving in the caldera's 90-95 degree water.
  • The Homestead is also the site of an 18-hole golf course designed by Bruce SummerhaysSenior PGA Tour Pro.
  • Midway stood in for the fictional town of Everwood, Colorado, in the closing scenes of the episode, "Foreverwood", the series finale of the TV show, Everwood. Background shots overlooking the town were filmed from Memorial Hill, with the Wasatch Mountain Range in the background.
If you decide to visit Midway we highly recommend to stay at The Hiking Inn. The Hiking Inn is located in the Swiss-inspired town of Midway, Utah in the beautiful Heber Valley.  It promises extraordinary comfort and hospitality during your stay. With 5 beautifully-decorated guest suites offering luxury amenities, a delicious cheese platter at check-in, fresh cookies in the evening, healthy gourmet breakfasts, Doctors' Choice healthy lifestyle coffee blends and several options for hiking tours, The Hiking Inn is the perfect lodging choice for your mountain getaway!  Just 1 hour from Salt Lake City International Airport, 20 minutes from some of Utah's best ski resorts and just a few steps to some of the best hiking in Utah.  With the Wasatch Mountains, Heber Valley, Cascade Springs, Deer Valley, Park City, Canyons and Salt Lake City nearby, there is no shortage of outdoor recreation. The Hiking Inn offers guided tours with hikes ranging from beginner 2 hour hikes to longer and more challenging 10 hour hikes. For more information call (314) 534-8996 or visit


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