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When Your Legs Turn to Rubber
Hop on a snowmobile and explore the backcountry.
Equals: Brian Head Ski Resort
Welcome to 650 acres, 71 runs, 3 terrain parks, 8 lifts and 2 tubing hills at 9,600 feet and higher. Pumping out over 360 inches of fresh snow year after year for 50+ years. It doesn't hurt that gorgeous red rock national parks are nearby. Everybody wins. Yes, even you. Read more...
8 lifts, 71 runs
Maryland Parkway (Green-Easy)
Navajo Loop (Green-Easy)
Alpen Way (Green-Easy)
Hard Times (Blue-Intermediate)
Last Chance (Blue-Intermediate)
Gold Gulch (Blue-Intermediate)
Out Skirts (Black Diamond-Technical)
Yardsale (Black Diamond-Technical)
Powder Run (Black Diamon-Technical)
Giant Steps Lodge
Traditional American food and casual dining. Relax and refuel for another stretch on the slopes.
Bring the whole family. There's something on the menu for everyone.
Giant Steps Lodge
Full bar and a great menu. The whole family is welcome.
Full-service resort--you know, there's a pool, restaurants, beds to sleep in, etc. Take your pick: sleep on or off the mountain.
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Brian Head Resort is Southern Utah's #1 affordable and family-friendly winter destination. With the highest base elevation in Utah, Brian Head Resort annually receives over 360 inches of epic Utah powder. The resort has 8 lifts, the largest is Giant Step Express High-Speed Detachable Quad, which has a vertical drop of 1,320 ft. Brian Head spans 650 acres and consists 71 runs. You can also take flight in the revamped terrain parks with countless features for all skill levels.
Brian Head Resort's renowned Kids Camp is a fully supervised snow sport teaching facility. Lessons are taught in three age-specific programs in a fun and safe learning environment. Half day and full day all-inclusive packages are available. Young children receive individual attention at our State-licensed Day Care facility. Please note: all children must be potty-trained. Hands-on activities and low child-to-caregiver ratios combine to make this a very popular program for our youngest guests.
The Kids Camp is Terrain Based Learning (TBL)
Terrain Based Learning has been widely recognized as a game-changing revolution within the snow industry and has been adopted by some of the best ski schools in the country.
There are two tube parks located at Giant Steps and Navajo Mountains. This winter activity is great for the whole family. Surface lifts provide easy access to the top of the hill.
Along with the amazing snow, great kids camp, and large ski area, they have recently improved guests’ mountain experience with renovated lodges, improved dining areas, better food options, night skiing, and The Last Chair Saloon. The Last Saloon is an Après-ski destination. Whether you are enjoying locally brewed beers or live music and food with the family, The Last Chair Saloon has something for everyone.
Brian Head Resort is located in Dixie National Forest. The resort is a 3-hour drive from Las Vegas, NV and a 4-hour drive from Salt Lake City, UT.
Hope to see you on the mountain. For quality assurance and to secure a tubing session, please call 866.930.1010 for reservations.
Adult Day Pass: $54/$60 (Weekend/Holidays)
Child (6-12)/Senior Day Pass $39/$43
5 and under: FREE
Monday - Friday: open 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays: open 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Runs: 30% Easy, 35% Intermediate, 35% Advanced
Lifts: 7 triple, 1 double, 2 surface lifts
650 Skiable Acres
3 hours north of Las Vegas
4 hours south of Salt Lake City