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Terrain Parks - Brian Head

Rider's Guide

Brain Head’s claim to fame is its unique Southern Utah views.  Imagine skiing in 400 inches of snow in a setting just driving distance away from the Grand Canyon, Arches, Bryce and Zion. The two mountains are divided by terrain difficulty, each served by their own lift system – Navajo Mountain for beginners, and the Giant Steps Mountain for advanced riders.  Inbounds trails are spread 30% green, 35% blue and 35% black.  The black trails are punctuated with moguls and glades along some longer runs.

Parks and Pipes

There are two terrain parks in one park area with fun features that will satisfy any rider: the Bunny Bash, the Jibberace, the Junkyard, and a halfpipe, the Snowball. The Bunny Bash is a starting terrain that is ideal for younger riders and first-timers. The Junkyard’s features are perfect for intermediate and advanced riders, and will challenge new riders. Jibberace contains lots of natural and manmade features for the advanced rider. 

Out of Bounds

Brian Head has some challenging terrain in the side country, outside the resort boundaries.
There’s also snow tubing, cross-country and snowmobiling in the area.

Hangout & Hookup

Nighttime in the village area is low-key, although a popular hangout is a slopeside pub with an intimate and welcoming après. The bustle and nighttime excitement of Las Vegas is merely three hours away and visitors who want the bests of both worlds are known to take the commute.