Bear River Heritage Area

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Blessed by Water, Worked by Hand

The Bear River Heritage Area straddles the Idaho-Utah border where the Great Basin and the Rocky Mountains meet. It is home to the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation, a strong agricultural economy, history-laced landscape, Mormon history, the Oregon Trail and abundant natural beauty.

This website is your guide to a fascinating variety of natural, historical and cultural experiences found within the Bear River Basin of Northern Utah and Southeastern Idaho. Let us share how this land and these people have enriched our lives. Scroll down to discover things to See and Do, Things to Know about, and links to Shopping and Lodging in the Heritage Area.



EBear River Heritage Area Experiencesxperiences – Discover Heritage Experiences that reflect local culture, past and present

Heritage Sites of HistoryHeritage Sites – Explore structures where Mormon pioneers and Oregon Trail settlers lived and worked, or where historical events occurred

Lodging in Idaho and UtahLodging – Stay in quality heritage lodging, such as Bed and Breakfasts in historic buildings

Restaurants in Northern Utah and Southeast IdahoRestaurants – Dine where locally produced products are served and local culinary culture is expressed

Shop for Heritage ItemsShopping – Buy products hand made of local materials or using traditional techniques

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