Brian Head Resort Announces $3.5 Million In Improvements
Brian Head Resort is creating a new winter experience for southern Utah visitors with $3.5 million in improvements. These improvements include renovated lodges, new tubing park, new night skiing options, surface lifts for Winter Sports School and a revamped terrain park system.
The Giant Steps Lodge and Navajo Lodge are getting a complete make over. With new interior, new restaurants and food options, and the new Last Chair Saloon bar at Giant Steps Lodge, visitors will be able to enjoy Brian Head Resort like never before.
With night skiing moving to the Blackfoot lift at Giant Steps Mountain, skiers and snowboarders can enjoy more runs, more vertical and a lighted terrain park. Utah’s only BagJump will also be lighted at night with surface lift access. Visitors can stay warm and enjoy Brian Head Resort at night with a new stone patio and gas fire pits.
Lastly Brian Head Resort is stepping up its game by revamping its terrain park system. The newly branded terrain parks named collectively the Stephen Wade Auto Centers Training Grounds will feature a construction theme and 20 plus new features. The Stephen Wade Auto Centers Training Grounds will consist of four progressive park areas: the Foundation, Detour, Bypass and the BagJump.
Start the winter off right at Brian Head Resort and enjoy this season in scenic southern Utah.
About Brian Head Resort
Established in 1964, Brian Head Resort offers guests access to 650 acres of lift-served trails with an average snowfall of nearly 400 inches of light Utah powder. Brian Head Resort is located approximately three hours from Las Vegas, Nev. and four hours from Salt Lake City, Utah. The 1,320 feet of lift-served vertical is accessible by eight chair lifts. The area features a ski and snowboard school, terrain parks and tubing. For more information, please visit www.brianhead.com. Follow Brian Head on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.