Brian Head

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The comfortable mountain climate at 9,800 feet above sea level makes Brian Head the perfect destination for an active summer get away (full of annual events and festivals) or a winter ski vacation. Named for nearby Brian Head Peak, the town of Brian Head is a rustic mountain village with diverse recreational opportunities where people and nature co-exist. Brian Head is the "Highest Resort Town" in America, and boasts a ski resort with red rock, rock 'n' roll and ribs.

Brian Head Resort

Where to Stay in Brian Head

Lodging and vacation rentals surround the resort:

From hotel rooms to condominiums you can find the perfect accommodations. Several restaurants and bars are also located at or nearby to meet your needs. If on your desktop browser, scroll down to the TripAdvisor section at the bottom of this page to explore dining and lodging options in the town of Brian Head. If you prefer camping, the surrounding Dixie National Forest has several campgrounds as well as sites found in neighboring Cedar Breaks National Monument.

The trails, lodging, and restaurants are open throughout the week. The lifts and base activities operate Friday through Sunday and require a fee. 

Getting There

Brian Head is a short 3 hour drive from Las Vegas and only 4 hours away from downtown Salt Lake City. 

In Southern Utah, take Interstate 15 to exit 75 in Parowan, then it’s just a short 14 mile drive up the mountain to Brian Head Resort along Highway 143.

Brian Head Resort, 329 South Highway 143
Brian Head, UT 84719

You can check the town's Facebook page for regular updates.

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Summer in Brian Head

In the winter, visitors flock to Brian Head Resort — the only resort to showcase snow-dusted red rock hoodoos. But in the summer, Brian Head Resort switches to a haven for mountain bikers, festival-goers, musicians, foodies and families looking for outdoor fun.

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