Brain Head, UT
Brian Head Resort is the premier summer destination of the southwest because of the myriad adventure opportunities, good weather, and unparalleled views. The Resort offers activities for the entire family. Stay an afternoon or make it a week’s vacation. A visit to Brian Head Resort provides the chance to go mountain biking, hiking, play a round of Disc Golf, hike our Adventure Trail or just take a scenic ride up the mountain on our lift.
Brian Head Ski Resort - 329 South Hwy 143, Brian Head, UT 84719 - www.brianhead.com
Trails & Terrain:
Terrain: 665+ skiable acres
65 Runs, 11 Lifts including 2 High Speed Quads
Terrain Difficulty: 30% Beginner, 35% Intermediate, 35% Advanced/Expert
Terrain Parks: 3
Snowfall & Temperatures:
Average Snowfall: 370 inches annually
Summit Elevation: 10,920ft
Base Elevation: 9600ft
Vertical Drop: 1,320ft
HOW TO GET THERE:
Brian Head Resort is nestled in the Dixie National Forest in Utah’s “Color Country,” surrounded by majestic views of red-rock spires and warm-hued canyons. It is in the heart of the Grand Circle of National Parks, which includes – Zion, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands and Arches National Parks – and adjacent to Cedar Breaks National Monument. In Southern Utah, take Interstate 15 to exit 75 at Parowan, then it’s just a short 14 mile drive up the mountain to Brian Head Resort. If flying into St. George, Utah., you can catch the Brian Head Shuttle, which provides two-way shuttle service to Brain Head.