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Brian Head Resort offers The Greatest Snow on Earth®, with a yearly average snowfall of over 360 inches, and Utah's highest base elevation. Covering over 650 acres, the Resort has two connected mountains, Giant Steps and Navajo, with a total of 71 runs and 8 chairs lifts. Come celebrate 50 years of fun with us!


The 2014–2015 winter season opens on November 21, 2014, and closes on April 12, 2015 (conditions permitting).

Operating Hours (Mountain Standard Time)
10:00am to 4:00pm Monday through Friday

9:30am to 4:30pm Saturday, Sunday, and Holiday Periods

Holiday Periods

Christmas–Dec. 20 through Jan. 4.

MLK–Jan. 17 through Jan. 19.

Presidents' Weekend–Feb. 14 through Feb. 16.


Established: 1964

Average Annual Snowfall: over 360 inches of The Greatest Snow on Earth®.
Base Elevation: 9,600 ft.–Highest in Utah

Summit Elevation: Top of Giant Steps–10,970 ft
Available Terrain: Over 650 acres

Vertical Drop: Lift-served–1,320 ft. Hikeable–1,548 ft.

Terrain Parks: 3 terrain parks: Bypass, Detour and Foundation

Number of Runs: 71 runs: 30% easiest, 35% more difficult, and 35% most difficult.

Snow Tubing: Navajo Tube Hill is a 75' vertical drop with a 550' slope length. The Giant Steps Tube Hill is a 100' vertical drop with a 600' slope length.


Type Length (ft) Vertical (ft)
#1 Wild Flower Triple 2,967 579
#2 Giant Steps Express High Speed Quad 4,840 1,147
#3 Blackfoot Triple 2,292 439
#4 Navajo Triple 3,895 604
#5 Roulette Triple 3,048 743
#6 Pioneer Double 1,064 150
#7 The Dunes Triple 2,536 555
#8 Alpen Glow Triple 2,447 550

Lifts operations may vary due to high winds and other inclement weather conditions. Please call (866) 930-1010 for current conditions or updates.


Non Holiday Periods Adult *Child/Senior
Weekday $35.00 $25.00
Weekend Full-Day $54.00 $39.00
Weekend Half-Day** $44.00 $32.00
Holiday Periods
Full-Day $60.00 $43.00
Half-Day** $49.00 $35.00
Night Skiing $20.00 $20.00

*Child ages 6-12, Senior ages 65+,
**Weekend/ Holiday half-day begins at 9:30am or 1pm.
Children 5 and under free with a ticketed adult.
Prices do not include sales tax


Night Skiing (Friday, Saturday and holiday periods) $20.00
Night Skiing Upgrade (With the purchase of full-day ticket) $8.00
Night Skiing Rentals $20.00
Night Skiing Rental Upgrade $8.00


Christmas – Dec. 20th through Jan. 4th
MLK – Jan. 17 through Jan. 19.
Presidents' Weekend – Feb. 14 through Feb. 16.


10am to 4pm Monday through Friday

9:30am to 4:30pm Saturday, Sunday, and Holiday Periods
Night skiing Friday, Saturday and Holiday Periods 4pm- 9pm

Buddy pass
2 adult passes purchased together
Adult Pass
26 to 61 years of age
Young Adult
Out of H.S. to 25 years of age
Kindergarten through 12th grade
Family Plan Student
Must be purchased with a regularly priced adult pass. Must be dependent child Kindergarten through 12th grade.
Utah Locals K-12 Student
Must show valid student ID. For Utah residents only.
Senior Silver
62 to 69 years of age
Senior Gold
70 years of age and older

Season passes include three free skiing days with each of our Reciprocal Pass Program partners.



Adult rentals
ski or snowboard package
Adult Performance rental
ski package
Child/senior rentals
ski or snowboard package

Release Forms
2014 – 2015 Season Pass Release

While Brian Head serves as a premier destination for adventure and relaxation, it has a rich history of various cultures and industry. The region was first discovered by the Fremont tribe of Native Americans and then later settled in 1851 by European shepherds and cattlemen who used it as a camp for summer grazing. Saw mills and a cheese factory later became the primary sources of industry until the early 1900's. The pure mountain water and cool summer nights made the Brian Head region a desirable place for these early settlers and business people.

One of the most interesting parts of Brian Head history is its name. Brian Head was originally known as Monument Peak and was used by early surveyors and expedition leaders as a point of reference. One story claims that the famous explorer John Wesley Powell saw the peak above all the others and named it after an official in the Geographical Survey Office by the name of Bryan. Another story claims that the residents of Parowan changed the name in 1890 to Bryan Head in honor of the American politician, William Jennings Bryan.

Brian Head Resort was opened in the winter of 1964-1965. Ten years later, the Town of Brian Head was established in the area surrounding the Resort. The Resort grew from a one chair lift operation to a complete Resort offering skiing, snowboarding, tubing, night skiing, dining, mountain biking and hiking. With dozens of activities, scenic beauty and pristine mountain air, it's easy to see why Brian Head Resort has become a destination for adventure and relaxation.

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