- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Closed (end of season)|
Season Start/End: 11/15 - 4/20
|9600ft - 11306ft|
|30%| 35%| 25%| 10%|
|from US$39.00 to US$56.00
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Boasting Utah’s highest base elevation at 9,600 feet, Brian’s Head Resort offers 650 acres of skier and rider accessible terrain spread across two connected mountains, Giant Steps and Navajo. Averaging an annual snowfall of 360 inches of Utah’s Greatest Snow on Earth®, Brian’s Head Resorts lift-served vertical rise tops at 1,320 feet or a hiking vertical rise of 1,548 feet. Rated at 30% beginner, 35% intermediate, and 35% advanced, skiers and snowboarders will find terrain that suits every level and ability. Three terrain parks entertain freestylers interested in progressing their skills.
Several restaurants on the mountain. Full-service day spa at the Cedar Breaks Lodge & Spa, with a variety of services ranging from traditional bodywork to energy therapies. 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 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. Two on-mountain ski and snowboard rentals shops; ski and snowboard lessons available through the resort's Winter Sports School,inexpensive lift/lodging packages.
P.O. Box 190008
84719 Brian Head
Brianhead, Bryans Head, Brain Head, Brainhead