Utah powder is said to be “The Greatest Snow on Earth”, thankfully the state has gotten a ton of it this season. How does 91 inches sound? Brian Head Resort, located in the Rocky Mountains of southern Utah has taken advantage of the great weather conditions fire up all eight of their lifts. The resort’s lift operations deliver skiers and snowboarders 1,147 feet of vertical, dozens of runs and a terrain parks with 13 features that accommodate all skill levels.
Brian Head’s amenities are open for business as well, including the Giant Step and Navajo Lodges. These lodges offer the mountains skiers and snowboarders a brief reprieve from all the excitement on the slopes, and provide a place for families meet up while romping around the mountain during the holiday season. Holiday, full-day ticket prices through January 2, 2012 are adults $52 and children $37.
The mountain also offers night skiing on the weekends from 4-9pm, and has a tubing operation as well.
Long story short, if you are interested in some fine Utah powder spread across 65 ski trails then Brian Head Resort is calling your name — and they’ve got 8 spinning chairlifts waiting to take you to the top!