One of the biggest draws to owning a Brian Head home is the Brian Head Ski Resort. In 2013, new owners purchased the resort and have been making improvements and updating the lodges. Brian Head resort is a great place for all levels of skiers and snow boarders. Their “Terrain Based Lessons” offer novices a chance to learn how to negotiate the challenges of a real run in a safe and controlled environment. The ski runs cater to all levels, as well.
Daily lift tickets are affordably priced for everyone in your Brian Head home. An adult pays $54 for a full weekend day of skiing during non holiday periods. For a full day during a holiday period, the ticket is $60. There are also many season passes to suit different needs. Two adults can get a Buddy Pass for $1149. Add children in kindergarten through 12th grade for just $269. There are also senior passes and local Utah student passes.
If you get hungry while skiing, Brian Head Resort has several options for you to warm up and refuel. Grab a quick coffee or cup of tea and a pastry at the Starbucks in Navajo Lodge. Navajo Cafe or Giant Steps Cafe both are great for a midday meal. There are plenty of delicious menu options. At the end of the day, relax at Last Chair Saloon. There is a full bar for grown ups and a yummy menu for everyone. During the ski season, have fun near your Brian Head home with karaoke on Fridays from 3 to 6 p.m. On Saturdays stop in to enjoy live music from 3 to 6 p.m. To learn more about the resort and all it offers, visit brianhead.com.