Brian Head Resort

Brian Head Resort

Resort Info

Ski Area Snow Report

Resort Statistics

Average Snowfall 400" Feet Annually
Base Elevation 9,600 Feet
Top Elevation 10,500 Feet
Vertical Drop 900" Feet
Skiable Acres 650 Feet
Lift Count 8 Lifts
Lift prices Adult Day $35-$60, Half Day $44-$49; Child/Senior Day $25-$43, Half Day $32-$35; Night $20

Brian Head Resort, located about 12 miles south of Parowan, Utah in the small town of Brian Head, is the only full-service ski resort in southern Utah.  The resort is comprised of two adjacent mountains, Brian Head Peak and Navajo Peak.  Each peak has its own fully functioning base lodge.

Brian Head Resort offers its patrons a myriad of services.  Along with the two lodges at the base of each mountain, the resort offers plenty of on-site accommodations, including Summit Chateau Lodge, the Double Tree Resort and Spa by Hilton at Brian Head, Tranquility Vacation Rentals, Alpine Lodging and Condo Rentals, Brian Head Vacation Homes, and Brian Head Condo and Cabin Rentals.  The resort also offers group and private ski lessons for adults and kids, night skiing, and snow tubing, which is considered the "Best in the West," according to the resort's website.
At a base elevation of 9,600 feet, Brian Head Resort is the highest ski resort in Utah.  At that altitude, Brian Head Resort receives an annual average snowfall of 360 inches. The resort features nearly 665 acres of skiable area across its two mountains, Brian Head Peak and Navajo Peak.  Patrons are free to choose from two terrain parks and 71 runs of varying difficulty.

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