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Brian Head Resort

Brian Head Resort   |  Adam Clark
  • Weather: Chance Snow Showers, 20F

Anticipation builds as you turn from I-15 to Utah's Patchwork Parkway National Scenic Byway (state Route 143) and begin the uphill drive to 9,600 feet. Surrounded by contrasting evergreen spruce and aspen, Brian Head Resort boasts the highest base among Utah's resorts, and is the only ski and snowboard resort to showcase snow-dusted red rock hoodoos from the nearby Cedar Breaks National Monument and Bryce Canyon National Park. Three hours of driving from Las Vegas or under four hours from Salt Lake City, deliver you to Brian Head's spectacular terrain and 360 inches of annual snowfall in the winter, or incredible range of summer activities in the cooler mountain air.

Plan Your Ski Trip

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Brian Head Trail Map

71 Runs

1,320 Feet of Vert

650 Skiable Acres

1 Hour 30 Minutes From St. George

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Passes and Tickets

Experience the beauty of Brian Head Resort with a variety of pass offerings. This includes the Power Pass, Value Pass and free season passes for seniors over 75 and kids under 12. The resort also offers discounted passes for active military service members.

Power Pass & Power Pass Select: Get unlimited access to Brian Head, six discounted lift tickets for friends and family, on-mountain benefits (like food and drink discounts) and three free days at partner resorts.

Value Pass: Maybe you’re visiting from out of state, or you’re a local who doesn’t want to commit to a season pass. In that case, the My Weekday Pass is available for one to five weekdays during the season.

Day Passes: Daily lift tickets are available Monday-Friday, on weekends/peak periods and during night skiing hours. You can also purchase half-day lift tickets Monday-Friday and on weekends and peak periods.

Brian Head Passes and Tickets

Lessons and Ski School

Brian Head Resort provides a variety of group and private lessons for young children, youth and adults at all skill levels. The resort’s licensed instructors are friendly, experienced and want everyone to have a fun, safe time while on the mountain. 

Private Lessons: Private lessons are available for all ages and skill levels. Receiving private instruction is the best way to receive customized, one-on-one attention from an instructor. 

Adult Group Lessons: Anyone 13 and older can participate in a group lesson. Whether you’re new to snow sports or want to improve your skills, a group lesson provides a fun and social learning environment. 

First Tracks: Got little ones who are itching to get on the slopes? The First Tracks lessons provide an instructor to ski students ages three to four and snowboard students ages three to six. 

Tiny Tracks: Tiny Tracks lessons are an excellent option for young children who have skied once or twice but need help building their confidence. These lessons are available for ski students ages five to six. 

Mountain Explorers: For older kids who feel confident but want to continue honing their skills, the Mountain Explorers classes are available for ages seven to 12. 

Note: Parents are encouraged to drop their children off for lessons and let the instructors do their job. Parents can watch lessons from a distance if they feel more comfortable but should not distract their children from learning. 

Brian Head Winter Sports School


Resort Information

Who is Brian Head for?

Brian Head is a premier ski, hiking and mountain biking destination with a rich cultural history. When you visit this Southern Utah resort, you are just a short flight or road trip away from Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, Phoenix and other cities in the western United States. 

Skiing with Red Rock Views

There’s nothing like skiing Utah’s highest elevation resort with a backdrop of snowcapped hoodoos and Utah’s famous red rocks. With Bryce Canyon and Zion national parks just over an hour away, a visit to Brian Head provides you access to the Greatest Snow on Earth and much, much more. 

Night Skiing

Night skiing is available 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and during peak ski periods. 

Restaurants and Places to Relax

Giant Steps Cafe – Stop by for a casual dining experience that offers burgers, chicken sandwiches, pizzas, sandwiches, beer and more.

Last Chair Grill & Brews – This lively eatery hosts live music on weekends and serves lunch, dinner, signature beers and beer cocktails.

Navajo Cafe – Take a break from the slopes in this cozy spot that offers burgers, salads, hot and cold drinks and more.

Navajo Corner – The perfect stop for breakfast sandwiches, specialty coffees, draft beer and more.

Snow Report

Full Report

  • Alta Ski Area

    Alta Ski Area

    New Snow: 1″

    Base Depth: 200″

    Open Runs: 109/118

    Opening: 11/18/2022

    Closing: 04/23/2023

  • Beaver Mountain

    Beaver Mountain

    New Snow: 5″

    Base Depth: 112″

    Open Runs: 48/48

    Opening: 12/08/2022

    Closing: 04/09/2023

  • Brian Head Ski Resort

    Brian Head Ski Resort

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 121″

    Open Runs: 71/71

    Opening: 11/04/2022

    Closing: TBD

  • Brighton


    New Snow: 12″

    Base Depth: 184″

    Open Runs: 65/66

    Opening: 11/10/2022

    Closing: 04/30/2023

  • Cherry Peak

    Cherry Peak

    New Snow: 2″

    Base Depth: 70″

    Open Runs: 38/38

    Opening: 12/08/2022

    Closing: 04/15/2023

  • Deer Valley Resort

    Deer Valley Resort

    New Snow: 6″

    Base Depth: 147″

    Open Runs: 103/103

    Opening: 11/29/2022

    Closing: 04/23/2023

  • Eagle Point

    Eagle Point

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 105″

    Open Runs: 39/39

    Opening: 12/10/2022

    Closing: 04/02/2023

  • Nordic Valley

    Nordic Valley

    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 95″

    Open Runs: 40/40

    Opening: 12/02/2022

    Closing: 04/09/2023

  • Park City Mountain

    Park City Mountain

    New Snow: 1″

    Base Depth: 142″

    Open Runs: 332/341

    Opening: 11/16/2022

    Closing: 04/23/2023

  • Powder Mountain

    Powder Mountain

    New Snow: 10″

    Base Depth: 120″

    Open Runs: 149/154

    Opening: 12/08/2022

    Closing: 04/16/2023

  • Snowbasin Resort

    Snowbasin Resort

    New Snow: 10″

    Base Depth: 210″

    Open Runs: 99/107

    Opening: 11/18/2022

    Closing: 04/23/2023

  • Snowbird


    New Snow: 0″

    Base Depth: 163″

    Open Runs: 121/141

    Opening: 11/18/2022

    Closing: TBD

  • Solitude Mountain Resort

    Solitude Mountain Resort

    New Snow: 17″

    Base Depth: 171″

    Open Runs: 45/82

    Opening: 11/11/2022

    Closing: 05/21/2023

  • Sundance Mountain Resort

    Sundance Mountain Resort

    New Snow: 5″

    Base Depth: 148″

    Open Runs: 72/72

    Opening: 12/03/2022

    Closing: 04/02/2023

  • Woodward Park City

    Woodward Park City

    New Snow: 1″

    Base Depth: 100″

    Open Runs: 10/11

    Opening: 11/18/2022

    Closing: 04/30/2023

Run Highlights

Summer At Brian Head

Mountain Bike Park

The Brian Head Resort Mountain Bike Park offers access to hundreds of miles of scenic back-country trails. Bikers of any skill level can visit this world-class bike park and have a fantastic time. 


Whether you want to take a road trip to a national park or find a trail in the Brian Head area, it’s the perfect spot for hikers of all skill levels. 

Other Summer Activities 

Brian Head is a great place to have fun in the summer. With chairlift rides, a mini zip line and activities like disc golf, archery, bungee trampolines and a climbing wall, it’s the perfect place for the whole family — no matter the season.

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