Brian Head Ski Resort

Brian Head Ski Resort

Brian Head Ski Resort, officially called just "Brian Head Resort", is a ski area located at the town of Brian Head, Utah in the southern Wasatch Range at the base of Parowan, Utah, United States. Opened in 1965, it is Utah's highest ski resort. Brian Head is owned by Jim Trees and is operated and managed by Henry Hornberger of Parowan.

Facts and figures

* Base elevation: 9,600 ft (2926 m)
* Summit elevation: 11,307 ft (3446 m)
* Vertical rise: 1,707 ft (520 m)
* Total mountain peaks: 2
* Total skiable area: 540 acres (2.2 km²)
* Lifts: (8 total)
**6 Triple chairs, 1 double chair, and 1 surface lift.
* Terrain:
** Beginner: 35%
** Intermediate: 45%
** Expert: 20%


*Brian Head made an interconnect bridge to connect the two mountains

External links

* [ Brian Head Resort]

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