Brian Head Resort is Open!

Last modified on Oct 17, 2013

With 24 Inches of snow, things at Brian Head are moving right along. Get your Boards and Skis and take a trip to the place known to have "the greatest snow on earth".

"A family Mecca located in the scenic mountains of southern Utah that boasts incredible powder and consistently excellent conditions in a relaxed, family atmosphere. 400 inches of powder and 650 acres, Brian Head Resort all but guarantees you’ll find your own stash." Visit for more information.

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More Skiing
Short lift lines and uncrowded runs mean less time in line and more time exploring the variety of terrain.

Less Money
At nearly half the price of other resorts, you can get twice the snow for half the dough.

Yeah We Got That
Something for everyone-cliché but true. World-class ski school, an entire mountain dedicated to beginners and intermediates and the tough stuff some of you crave. Did I mention terrain parks and tubing? Yeah we got that.

No Need to Leave
Brian Head is Southern Utah’s only full-service resort destination. Dining options, hotels, cabins, condos, night life - Yeah we got that too.

Location! Location! Location!

Brian Head Resort is the closet Utah Powder to Southern California. Easy drive destination from Southern California and for those who would rather fly, you can do that to. Daily flights from Los Angeles to St. George, UT, lands you only 80 miles from our winter paradise-but we love to share.Humans were not meant to take only one vacation at a time. Las Vegas (Vegas Baby!) is the gateway to Brian Head Resort, from anywhere. An easy drive north from Las Vegas, Brian Head Resort is Las Vegas’ home town resort. Tell them you’re going for a nice quiet ski vacation, we won’t tell them about Vegas.

Come Find Out!
Brian Head is the place you should be skiing, regardless of where you live. GREAT snow, low price, uncrowded, easy to get to. A secret we’ve been keeping but we’re now sharing with the world.

With an average 350 inches of annual snowfall and 640 acres of uncrowded, skiable terrain, skiing/riding at Brian Head Resort is well worth the drive. A short three hour drive north of Las Vegas on Interstate 15 makes Brian Head Resort a quick get-away from the Entertainment Capital of the World. Flights in and out of Las Vegas are available from all major metropolitan areas within the U.S., easily combining the Las Vegas playground with unforgettable skiing. Brian Head Resort is also a popular drive destination for Southern California, Phoenix and Flagstaff, all within an easy 6-8 hour drive. In addition to Brian Head Resort's 65 runs and three terrain parks spread-over two mountains, there are plenty of winter activities in the area, including: cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, dining, shopping, and day trips to nearby Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks. Brian Head offers an ample variety of accommodations to meet everyone's needs. Please visit for all that Brian Head Resort has to offer, along with a complete listing of accommodations.

Only a short three-hour drive north of Las Vegas, which offers air service from all major metropolitan areas.

Resort Highlights:

  • EXPERIENCE A TRUE FAMILY GETAWAY: Affordable, uncrowded family resort with fun for everyone.
  • Navajo Lodge Learning Center is the perfect venue for skiers and snowboarders learning the sport, with its own dedicated beginners' mountain.
  • Kids Camp all-inclusive programs for all levels creates memories that last a lifetime.
  • The region's only lift-served tubing park
  • Plenty of terrain for all levels of skiers and boarders in the family.
  • Utah's highest base elevation (9,600 ft) guarantees lots of Utah's famous Greatest Snow on Earth®.

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