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Season Start/End: 11/15 - 4/20
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Brian Head Resort offers skiers more than 500 acres of uncrowded terrain and more than 400 inches of that famous Utah flake that seems to fall with such regularity every year. A popular drive destination from Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Southern California since 1965, Brian Head Resort has more than 50 runs on its two mountains. The area fields an impressive learner's area, long cruisers, short mogul fields and sun-dappled days in the glades.
Brian Head is set amidst the backdrop of the spectacular red-rock formations of Cedar Breaks National Monument. There are three terrain parks; two on-mountain ski and snowboard rentals shops; ski and snowboard lessons available through the resort's Winter Sports School; inexpensive lift/lodging packages; dining; and shopping.
Expert skiing/snowboarding is available via snowcat to Brian Head Peak, conditions permitting. Night skiing and boarding is available Friday, Saturday, and holiday evenings.
Brian Head Resort was honored as a Top Family Getaway because of its Navajo Lodge Learning Center, an entire facility and mountain dedicated to kids and newcomers to winter sports. Navajo Mountain features two chairlifts, a surface lift, a beginner terrain park, and ten beginner runs, accompanied by a full-service ski and snowboard school for all ages. Giant Steps Mountain offers plenty of options for more advanced skiers and snowboarders with a wide variety of intermediate and advanced slopes and two large terrain parks serviced by four chairlifts. Additional area activities include snowmobiling, a full-service day spa, horse-drawn sleigh rides, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, dining at area restaurants, side trips to nearby national parks, and regularly-scheduled community events at the Town Park, including bonfires and marshmallow roasts.
There are several restaurants on the mountain, ranging from day eateries at the base of the ski/snowboard hill to fine dining. There is a wide range of dining options down the hill, with the largest concentration and selection in Cedar City.
There is a full-service day spa at the Cedar Breaks Lodge & Spa, with a variety of services ranging from traditional bodywork to energy therapies. Several retail shops in Brian Head offer on-mountain shopping opportunities, and there are two convenience stores, a liquor store, post office, and real estate offices on the mountain as well. Cedar City has large chain grocery stores and department store shopping, with a smaller grocery store and drug store in Parowan. The Cedar Breaks Club at the Cedar Breaks Lodge & Spa serves adult beverages, as do other on-mountain venues when food is purchased. The Kids Camp offers day care for children ages 6 weeks through 12 years old. Kids Camp also offers affordable all-inclusive packages for children ages 3-12.
P.O. Box 190008
84719 Brian Head
Brain Head, Brainhead, Brianhead, Bryans Head
Hot lift ticket deals are happening at this Southern Utah resort every week throughout the rest of the season.More