From James Graven,

Three extra weeks and $19 lift tickets give guests more freedom to ski and ride

Brian Head, Utah — (Mar. 12, 2024) — Brian Head Resort, Southern Utah’s premier ski resort, is thrilled to announce it will extend the 2023–24 winter season. Originally planned to finish on April 14, Brian Head Resort is now targeting Sunday, May 5, as a closing date, adding three extra weeks of skiing and snowboarding.
Brian Head Resort has received over 17 feet of snow this season, and more is on the way. The resort is in full operation, with snow tubing, night skiing on Fridays and Saturdays, ski lessons, rentals, and dining available through Sunday, April 14.
“We’re excited to keep the fun going with bluebird days, spring skiing, and events through closing day on May 5,” said Amber Palmer, marketing manager at Brian Head Resort. “We want to express our sincere appreciation to our staff and guests for making these bonus weeks possible.”

April 15 – May 5: Operations

Following April 14, the resort will begin scaling down operations such as tubing, night skiing, and ski lessons. The resort plans to run the lifts 7 days a week, as conditions allow. The hours of operation will be from 10 am to 4 pm daily. Lift tickets for the extended season can be purchased in advance for as low as $19, while kids 12 and under ski free all season long.

World’s Best Spring Break

Now through the end of the season, skiers and riders can enjoy $25 rentals, $100 afternoon group beginner lessons while available, and a $10 resort credit with online adult lift ticket purchases, more info.

For the latest news and events, please visit brianhead.com, or follow on Instagram and Facebook.

About Brian Head Resort

Established in 1964, Brian Head Resort offers access to 650 acres of lift-served trails. With the highest base elevation in Utah at 9,600 feet, the resort has an average annual snowfall of nearly 360 inches of Utah powder. Brian Head Resort is located approximately three hours from Las Vegas and four hours from Salt Lake City. The resort features a ski and snowboard school, terrain parks, tubing, lodging, dining, and events. In 2023, Brian Head Resort announced it would add 850 skiable acres and seven chairlifts, along with new hiking and mountain biking trails, over the next few decades. Brian Head Resort is tucked away in one of the world’s most scenic environments, surrounded by famed national parks, monuments, and recreation areas. For more information, please visit: brianhead.com.

" data-pos="top" value="0" max="100">

Brian Head Resort Extends Ski Season into May2 min read

From James Graven,

Three extra weeks and $19 lift tickets give guests more freedom to ski and ride

Brian Head, Utah — (Mar. 12, 2024) — Brian Head Resort, Southern Utah’s premier ski resort, is thrilled to announce it will extend the 2023–24 winter season. Originally planned to finish on April 14, Brian Head Resort is now targeting Sunday, May 5, as a closing date, adding three extra weeks of skiing and snowboarding.
Brian Head Resort has received over 17 feet of snow this season, and more is on the way. The resort is in full operation, with snow tubing, night skiing on Fridays and Saturdays, ski lessons, rentals, and dining available through Sunday, April 14.
“We’re excited to keep the fun going with bluebird days, spring skiing, and events through closing day on May 5,” said Amber Palmer, marketing manager at Brian Head Resort. “We want to express our sincere appreciation to our staff and guests for making these bonus weeks possible.”

April 15 – May 5: Operations

Following April 14, the resort will begin scaling down operations such as tubing, night skiing, and ski lessons. The resort plans to run the lifts 7 days a week, as conditions allow. The hours of operation will be from 10 am to 4 pm daily. Lift tickets for the extended season can be purchased in advance for as low as $19, while kids 12 and under ski free all season long.

World’s Best Spring Break

Now through the end of the season, skiers and riders can enjoy $25 rentals, $100 afternoon group beginner lessons while available, and a $10 resort credit with online adult lift ticket purchases, more info.

For the latest news and events, please visit brianhead.com, or follow on Instagram and Facebook.

About Brian Head Resort

Established in 1964, Brian Head Resort offers access to 650 acres of lift-served trails. With the highest base elevation in Utah at 9,600 feet, the resort has an average annual snowfall of nearly 360 inches of Utah powder. Brian Head Resort is located approximately three hours from Las Vegas and four hours from Salt Lake City. The resort features a ski and snowboard school, terrain parks, tubing, lodging, dining, and events. In 2023, Brian Head Resort announced it would add 850 skiable acres and seven chairlifts, along with new hiking and mountain biking trails, over the next few decades. Brian Head Resort is tucked away in one of the world’s most scenic environments, surrounded by famed national parks, monuments, and recreation areas. For more information, please visit: brianhead.com.

Share

Leave the first comment