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Whether you are into skiing or not, there is no doubt that the mountains will never go unnoticed in Brian Head. Brian Head Ski Resort is located on Brian Head Peak in the southern Wasatch Range, making it the highest ski resort in Utah. At 11,307 feet high, it is the highest peak on the Markagunt Plateau and in Iron County in the southwestern... more
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 49 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Cedar City
- Nearby Water Panguitch Lake
- Open Dates All Year
- Pet Friendly
- Cabins, Cottages, and Chalets
- Villas and Condos
The "Highest Resort Town" in America with a base elevation of 9,800 feet and a peak elevation of 11,300 feet, Brian Head offers guests miles of hiking trails and some of the best downhill skiing and snowboarding in the state of Utah. Some of Lori's Luxury rentals offer ski-in/ski-out access with the nearby resorts making these cabins or condos the... more
From hiking to mountain biking to skiing, it's no secret that the surrounding mountains will likely play a part in your escape to Utah's Color Country. Surrounded by National Parks and countless biking and hiking trails, you are free to explore this great terrain however you wish! Your next big mountain getaway awaits in Brian Head!... more
Explore the mountains of Utah's Color Country during your stay at the Grand Lodge at Brian Head. The Brian Head Resort Mountain Bike Park offers the only place in the world where you can drop over a vertical mile on an eye-popping single track. For a more relaxed approach, opt for a scenic SkyLift Ride for stunning views of Cedar Breaks National... more
There are plenty of ways to enjoy the peaks of the Brian Head area during your stay at Copper Chase Condominiums. Downhill skiing and snowboarding are great options for thrill seekers when the snow begins to fall. During the summer months, you can explore dozens of scenic hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding trails. ... more