Brian Head and Vegas team up with Shred and Bed package

Posted By: The Ski Channel on February 11, 2011 5:27 pm

For those traveling to Brian Head from Southern California, Christoffersen
noted the new “Vegas shred & bed ski package.” The Westin Casuarina Las
Vegas has teamed up with Brian Head Resort to offer you a Vegas Shred &
Bed Ski Package. The Brian Head Resort is located just three hours from
the Westin Casuarina, making it the perfect location for combining a
skiing or snowboarding trip with a visit to Las Vegas. The Vegas Shred &
Bed Package includes: overnight accommodations (single or double
occupancy), two adult full-day lift tickets, two official Brian Head
Resort trail maps, and a road map from the Westin Casuarina to Brian Head

Resort. Rates are from $164 per night. Book online or call 866-716-8137

and ask for rate plan LBPKG1-10.

Visitors to Brian Head Resort in
Southern Utah need not be concerned about lodging options in face of
recent media reports concerning water damage to area homes caused by a
fluke power outage on February 1 – and operations at the Brian Head Resort
haven’t been affected at all by the outage. All lifts are running, and the
base lodges are open and warm.

The town of Brian Head includes many ski-in/ski-out homes and condos
available for rental, and there are two full-service ski lodges with
complimentary shuttle service to the mountain. Details on many lodging
specials and packages can be found at

Nearby Brian Head there are 1,471 hotel rooms in Cedar City that range
from cheap mom and pop shops to Bed and Breakfasts and up-scale hotel
rooms. There are 90 hotel rooms in Parowan. More details are available at, and transportation available from
Cedar City to Brian Head with Mountain Express Shuttle

“Our hearts go out to our neighbors that did sustain damage during the
storm, fortunately there remain ample lodging options for our guests,”
said Brian Head’s Sales, Marketing and PR Manager, Jon Christoffersen,
referring to the recent snow storm that dropped seven inches of snow,
bringing the area’s season total to 197 inches, with a 66-inch base.