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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.
Projected Opening Ski Season: 11/16/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 04/14/2013
Projected Days Open: 148
Days Open Last Year: 149
Years Open: 48
Average Snowfall: 400"
Pros: snow, pretty
Cons: management, terrain
Pros: Long Beginner Trails, Reasonable Prices, Close to Las Vegas, and a Good Time
Pros: Kki runs for every level, lift tickets very reasonable, road always open
Cons: Not a lot of night life options
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