OPEN 10:00am – 4:00pm Brian Head Resort has the highest base elevation in Utah. During storms the highways can become dangerous. Click here to visit Utah Department of Transportation’s current road conditions.
Brian Head Resort offers The Greatest Snow on Earth®, with annual average snowfall of nearly 360 inches, and Utah’s highest base elevation. Operating Hours. Mountain Standard Time.
|Monday – Friday||Weekends & Peak Periods|
|10:00AM – 4:00PM||9:30AM – 4:30PM|
Do I need Chains or 4WD? Yes, depending on the weather and road conditions. Contact UDOT at 866-511-8824 for updated road conditions.
Daily Lift Tickets
|Regular Season Pricing||Adult||*Child/Senior|
|Weekday Full- Day||$45||$32|
|Weekday Half- Day||$37||$26|
|Weekend Full- Day||$62||$45|
|Weekend Half- Day||$50||$37|
The first snowfall of autumn for Brian Head usually arrives in October, although September often gets some snow . Even in August , a fresh skiff of snow is not unheard of here. The season’s last snowfall typically happens in June.
Best skiing is January through March for the Park City areas, and all the way through April for the higher Snowbird , Alta, Solitude, Brighton, Snowbasin. Spring skiing is great, powder in the morning and tee shirts in the afternoon.
Brian Head was originally known as Monument Peak and Bear Flats but no one knows for sure how exactly Brian Head got it’s name . One theory is that the name derived from the three time Democratic presidential candidate of the late 1800’s and early 1900’s William Jennings Bryan.
Also, the Ikon pass includes limited access to Brighton, but not to Brian Head , and the price of the Ikon base pass this season was misstated.