• Brian Head

    Utah

Brian Head

Utah

What’s not to love about Brian Head? Here’s a laid back village where people and nature happily coexist. Located at the 9,700 foot elevation, Brian Head is the highest town in Utah which means summers are darn pleasant and winters are blanketed in a snowy wonderland. Mother Nature blessed the town with incredible mountain terrain for nearly every type of outdoor activity and surrounded it with Utah’s famous red rock scenery. Right outside your hotel, condo, even yurt you can go mountain biking, hiking, skiing and snowmobiling – the options are endless and friendly locals invite you to enjoy them all. Mountains of memories are made in Brian Head.

Summer

Entertain your inner adrenaline junkie with zip-line, chairlift rides, and disc golf and bungee trampoline. If you are up for a physical challenge, spend the day at the climbing wall and then ride your cares away at the alpine tubing. The mountain bike season is short but sweet and generally begins mid-June and runs through mid-October. Round trip shuttle service is available by local shuttle companies to take you to over 200 miles of backcountry and downhill trails and the Brian Head Resort chairlift provides access on weekends to incredible trails featuring ups, downs, jumps, bank turns and freestyle elements.

Brian Head Visitor Information

Cedar City • Brian Head Tourism Bureau

Phone: 435-586-5124
Email: ccbhtourism@ironcounty.net

PLACES TO GO & SIGHTS TO SEE

Here are a few suggestions on places to visit, roadside attractions, parks, recreation areas, scenic views, and more! Use the search box or scroll down the list for directions.

TitleCategoryAddressDescription
Old Iron Town Old Iron Town
Three Peaks Recreation Area Three Peaks Recreation Area
Southern Utah University Southern Utah University
Southern Utah Museum of Art Southern Utah Museum of Art
Utah Shakespeare Festival Utah Shakespeare Festival
Cedar Canyon Overlook Cedar Canyon Overlook
Frontier Homestead State Park Frontier Homestead State Park
Panguitch Lake Panguitch Lake
Parowan Gap Petroglyphs Parowan Gap Petroglyphs
Navajo Lake Road Navajo Lake Road
Kolob Canyons Kolob Canyons
Cedar Breaks National Monument Cedar Breaks National Monument
Brian Head Ski Resort Brian Head Ski Resort