Brian Head Resort near Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks - My Utah Parks

Zion & Bryce Canyon Area | Brian Head Resort

Enjoy winter skiing and tubing, or summer hiking and mountain biking at southern Utah's only full-service resort destination.
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Brian Head Resort in Utah

(866) 930-1010 brianhead.com

Brian Head Resort is southern Utah’s only full-service resort destination. The Resort is located in a family friendly mountain village offering affordable lodging packages with beautiful hotel rooms, condominiums, and cabins.

Winter at Brian Head

The mountain averages over 360 inches of "The Greatest Snow on Earth." Eight chair lifts serve 71 ski runs. There are three terrain parks: Bypass, Detour, and Foundation. Also enjoy night skiing and tubing on Friday and Saturdays. Call (866) 930-1010 for current snow conditions.

Summer at Brian Head

When the snow melts it’s time for a whole different kind of fun at Brian Head. Enjoy mountain biking, disc golf, hiking, and scenic chair lift rides.

Cedar Breaks National Monument

This beautiful national monument is only 3 miles south of Brian Head Resort. Drive the Patchwork Parkway for the best views.

Cedar Breaks Natl Monument, Brian Head Peak. Photo by NPS

Cedar Breaks Natl Monument, Brian Head Peak. Photo by NPS

On-Mountain Lodging

  • The Grand Lodge at Brian Head
  • Cedar Breaks Lodge
  • Alpine Lodging and Condo Rentals
  • Georg's Cabin and Condo Rentals
  • Affordable Lodging
  • Lori's Luxury Rentals
  • Brian Head Condo Reservations
  • Tranquility Vacations
  • Copper Chase Condominiums
  • Family Time Vacation Rentals

Off-Mountain lodging includes hotels in Cedar City, Utah.

For more information:
(866) 930-1010
329 South Highway 143, P.O. Box 190008, Brian Head, UT 84719
brianhead.com

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