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Brian Head Resort

Anticipation builds as you turn from I-15 to Utah's Patchwork Parkway National Scenic Byway (state Route 143) and begin the uphill drive to 9,600 feet. Surrounded by contrasting evergreen spruce and aspen, Brian Head Resort boasts the highest base among Utah's resorts, and is the only ski and snowboard resort to showcase snow-dusted red rock hoodoos from the nearby Cedar Breaks National Monument and Bryce Canyon National Park. Three-hours of driving from Las Vegas or under four hours from Salt Lake City, deliver you Brian Head's spectacular terrain and 360 inches of annual snowfall in the winter, or incredible range of summer activities in the cooler mountain air.


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Experience Brian Head

Brian Head Resort: Red Rock, Rock ’n’ Roll and Ribs

by Jeremy Pugh

Skiers and boarders who play in the snow at Southern Utah’s Brian Head Resort feel like locals. All thanks to the hospitable nature of the resort’s owner, who strives to spoil his guests and treat his employees like family. One more thing, Big John Grissinger can make a mean mess of ribs.

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More experiences

Winter Hiking in Bryce Canyon National Park

At an elevation of up to 9,000 feet above sea level, Bryce Canyon gets regular snow during winter months, but hiking in Bryce during the cooler season is not only possible, it's highly recommended.

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Brian Head in Summer and Fall

When the snow melts, Southern Utah's premier mountain resort blooms with biking, hiking, archery, climbing, tubing and more.

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How to Pack for a Winter Trip in Southern Utah

With a little extra planning, good layers, and the right equipment, you can enjoy Utah's national parks in the solitude of winter.

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Brian Head Resort Maps

Brian Head Resort

329 UT-143
Brian Head, UT 84719
Downloadable Brian Head trail map