Brian Head Utah

While Brian Head Resort has recently gone through major renovations to modernize their amenities and base lodges, they still take an old school approach to running the mountain. Which means Brian Head has everything you want of a Utah ski resort – champagne powder and expertly groomed runs-minus the crowds, the lift lines and ticket prices that don’t break the bank. The resort prides itself on providing a relaxed, super friendly ski experience perfect for first timers and families. Don’t be surprised if you’re greeted with a “how’s it going?” or a “hey there, what up?!” because staff recognize you from your visit. Here you’re just like family- minus the head noogies.


Entertain your inner adrenaline junkie with zip-line, chairlift rides, and disc golf and bungee trampoline. If you are up for a physical challenge, spend the day at the climbing wall and then ride your cares away at the alpine tubing. The mountain bike season is short but sweet and generally begins mid-June and runs through mid-October. Round trip shuttle service is available by local shuttle companies to take you to over 200 miles of backcountry and downhill trails and the Brian Head Resort chairlift provides access on weekends to incredible trails featuring ups, downs, jumps, bank turns and freestyle elements.

Brian Head Visitor Information

Cedar City • Brian Head Tourism Bureau

Phone: 435-586-5124

Area attraction

(Old Iron Town)
(Three Peaks Recreation Area)
(Southern Utah University)
(Southern Utah Museum of Art)
(Utah Shakespeare Festival)
(Cedar Canyon Overlook)
(Frontier Homestead State Park)
(Panguitch Lake)
(Parowan Gap Petroglyphs)
(Navajo Lake Road)
(Kolob Canyons)
(Cedar Breaks National Monument)
(Brian Head Ski Resort)

Travel video

The Grand Lodge at Brian Head

314 Hunter Ridge Drive Brian Head, UT 84719

(435) 677-9000

The Grand Lodge at Brian head is a 100 room resort hotel nestled in the Dixie National Forest. At over 10,000 Ft it doesn't get better in Summer or Winter.


Thunder Mountain Motorsports

539 N Hwy 143 Brian Head, UT

(435) 677-2288

We offer fun for the whole family with our snowmobile tours. Enjoy a snowmobile ride through the back-country of Brian Head, Dixie National Forest, and Cedar Breaks National Monument with an experienced guide who can show you all the highlights of the area and get you back safely.


Brian Head Resort

329 South Highway 143 Brian Head, UT 84719

(435) 677-2035

Surrounded by majestic red rock views of Cedar Breaks National Monument and stunning alpine forests, Brian Head Resort is a ski resort like no other. Boasting nearly 400 inches per year of "The Greatest Snow on Earth", a world-class ski/snowboard school and terrain to fit anybody, Brian Head Resort is Southern Utah's Winter Playground.