When the temperatures drops and snow falls, the winter just heats up with skiing and snowboarding. Utah is famous for having the “Greatest Snow on Earth” and we are fortunate to have a ski resort here in the heart of the red rock country of southern Utah – Brian Head Resort.
While Brian Head has gone through some major renovations to modernize their amenities, they still take an old school approach to running the mountain. This place has everything you want out of a Utah ski resort; the same dry Utah powder as her sisters to the north but with ticket prices that don’t break the bank. Brian Head is a mellow ski resort where everyone knows your name and you’re treated like family -minus the weird uncle and the head noogies.
Brian Head Resort receives over 400 inches of famous Utah powder every year and features Utah’s highest base elevation at 9,600 ft. with a lift served vertical drop of 1,320 ft. from Giant Steps. With renovated lodges, new tubing hill, new night skiing options, and magic carpet surface lifts, Brian Head has improved the overall experience. The resort offers over 650 acres, with eight chairlifts and 71 runs. Take flight with revamped terrain parks that offer countless features for all skill levels.The Training Grounds Terrain Park consists of over 20 features for all skill levels with a dedicated park crew for the two progressive park areas, allowing you to improve their park skills with a state-of-art set up.
Amidst a stunning alpine backdrop, Eagle Point offers five lifts with access to over 400 skiable acres and 40 runs ranging from easy groomers to some of the most challenging runs in all of Utah. For more adventure, check out the 18-foot half pipe, freestyle terrain, and tubing park. Powder enthusiasts – don’t miss some of the best backcountry in Southern Utah’s Fishlake National Forest land. As a courtesy for guests, Eagle Point, in cooperation with the National Forest Service, offers specific locations where skiers and riders can access the Fishlake National Forest backcountry.
Must See & Do
Whether you want to learn to ski or snowboard, friendly instructors help you get the most of your experience. Utilizing Terrain Based Learning™; with shaped and sculpted snow makes learning the sport easier, quicker, and more fun. The Resort offers children and adult programs as well as private lessons. Advance reservations highly recommended and required during holiday periods.
Night Skiing & Boarding
Most weekends and holidays the lift at the Brian Head Resort Navajo Mountain Learning Center opens for night skiing and boarding. The lighted runs of “Pioneer Chair Lift #6” give you a new perspective of Brian Head Resort. Rates are pretty affordable, usually less that $15 and equipment rentals are also available a reduced rates.