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Booking and front desk experience is very very poor. Not friendly staff ... Full Review
Do not buy your tickets online unless you plan to put your life on the line driving there. We bought tickets online and UDOT was recommending to stay off roads because of heavy snow. We tried calling resort and were on hold for 4 hours. Never answered. We looked at weather cams and 143 was not plowed so we decided at noon to forgo skiing and try next day. It was still white out conditions at resort but we made it up there following a plow. We tried to see if they would honor our tickets not used from previous day and they said absolutely not. Spend the extra 20 to 25 the day off so just in case of the weather is so bad you can’t get up there at least you have not lost hundreds like we did. Horrible policy. If UDOT says don’t drive they should honor your tickets another day. No one hardly skiing but they still would not budge or give a discount. ... Full Review
The people were super friendly. great all mountain terrain, some flat spots on catwalks need re graded. More food choices. ... Full Review
Good skiing for the group. We had skiiers who were beginners to intermediate. What we liked most is that we really got a chance to ski the whole day because the lift lines were not crazy. Less time spent waiting to get on the lifts and more time skiing. The snow when we went was great!... Full Review
This place is great for families and learning to ski/board. Not as much expert terrain. And the accessible trails are spread out around the mountain in various places loosely connected by terrain or by free shuttle bus. There are never huge crowds, unlike places in California. Compared to CA, this is an absolute dream destination. Compared to Northern Utah, it is a budget friendly little brother ski resort. ... Full Review
This is great place to vacation, small town but so fun to ski. Personnel are so friendly and helpful not only at the resort but the businesses and restaurants as well. Highly recommend making the trip and the drive from Las Vegas was really easy. ... Full Review
Probably the last time I would visit this place. I visited the place back 2018 & took ski school when it was half the price ($150 with all equipment was included). This time at ski school no equipment was include so it was twice as expensive ($330). In addition, the customer service was not completely military friendly. Brian Head Resort does NOT believe all military veterans deserve a discount for service to one's country.
Again, the Customer Experience was a bait and switch feeling for the ski school. I would NOT recommend this location to any military families since there are plenty of other ski resorts North of this area.... Full Review
Needs steeper terrain. The new management raised prices drastically and they haven't done any real improvements. The crowds are drunk and it's changed the good family vibe that use to prevail. ... Full Review
spent 10 days at brian head this past 20-21 season. this resort is perfect for family and intermediate skiers. gentle slopes are well groomed and maintained. giant step quad express and navajo quad dexpress are two high speed modern lifts that can quickly take skiers to the top of the two main mountains. but the remaining 6 lifts are all outdated, slow fixed grips that go only 8 feet per second. they don't even have restraint guards. it's a torture to sit on them on colder days. the copper chase condo is ski out, but not ski in and you have to hike a couple of hundred yards back after an exhausted day! the condo's facilities are not in the perfect shape, either. overall it was a good experience. ... Full Review
I’ve been coming here for 40 years and love it. Yeah it’s not Alta , but I live in St. George and it’s my local area.
Pray for snow!... Full Review
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