Just 25 miles from Settler’s Square, Brian Head Resort is the perfect place to enjoy Southern Utah during the winter months. Despite Brian Head’s average annual snowfall of 360 inches, the drive to the resort is easy, making this the perfect place to getaway for the weekend, or even just the afternoon. If you enjoy skiing, snowboarding, tubing, or even just being surrounded by “The Greatest Snow on Earth”, you will love Brian Head Resort!
Whether you are a first time skier or snowboarder, or an experienced enthusiast, there’s a place for you! Brian Head Resort features 71 runs and 8 chair lifts, with trails rated as “easiest”, “more difficult”, or “most difficult”. Brian Head also offers skiing and snowboarding lessons as part of their Winter Sports School, with classes for children, as well as private and group lessons for adults. Those looking for an alternative outdoor activity can enjoy tubing down Navajo Tube Hill or exploring the back-country of Brian Head with Thunder Mountain Motorsports’ Snowmobile Tours.
Stay Inside at Brian Head Resort
The outdoors isn’t your thing? No problem! Brian Head can still be your escape! In addition to several hotel and lodging accommodations on the Mountain, you can also find retail and dining outlets, like High Mountain Outfitters– The perfect place for visitors to purchase apparel and souvenirs. Choose from a variety of dining experiences, like Giant Steps Cafe for a casual bite to eat, or The Lift Bar for a drink on the outdoor patio.
Events at Brian Head Resort
Brian Head Resort is home to many fun events throughout the year. Nearly every Saturday night you can enjoy live music at the Last Chair Grill & Brews. Just around the corner on March 17 is the annual St. Patrick’s Day Party, followed by the Women’s Epic Race in June, and the Brian Head Odyssey Bike Race in August. Other seasonal events include the Torchlight Parade and New Year Fireworks Show, the annual Easter Egg Hunt, and Rocktoberfest.
About Settlers Square
In name and value, Settler’s Square honors the rich pioneering history of Enoch, Utah. Even though Enoch is now the second largest community in Iron County, it continues to maintain the charm of a small town. Settler’s Square offers pre-built and semi-custom homes by Alex Meisner Construction. Choose the lot, floorplan, and design package that’s perfect for you! Contact Jenny Vossler – ERA Realty Center at (435) 559-1260 or [email protected] for more information.
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