Brian Head Hotels
Be very careful about loading your luggage on the Grand Lodge property after a snowfall. We were...more
223 HUNTER RIDGE ROAD, PO BOX 190248, Brian Head,
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Solo
Copper Chase is a ski in/ski out complex located on the Navajo side of the resort. It is surrounded...more
Brian Head Restaurants
Hmmmm, can we say coffee?? This is the ONLY Starbucks located between Mesquite, Nevada and Salt Lake City, Utah.
Favorite Dish: Chai Tea, really warms you up!!
Brian Head Transportation
The Brianhead Resort has a complimentary shuttle service to all the hotels/properties, ski areas, shopping and dining. It operates daily until about midnight. It's not mandatory, but please tip the drivers, they work hard to help you out!
Brian Head Warnings and Dangers
Be careful! If there isn't enough snow, obstacles such as rocks and small bushes may not be fully covered up. This can cause you to fall and or damage your equipment. Check Brianhead's webpage for snow updates. Remember: Nothing takes the rocks like rental skis!!
Brian Head What to Pack
Luggage and bags: If you own them, bring your skis, poles, and boots; otherwise there are several shops more than willing to rent quality equipment.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Please do not forget to pack long underwear, warm socks, goggles, sunglasses, gloves/mittens, hat/ear cover, good sturdy shoes or boots, pants, sweaters, a good ski coat, ski pants, (if you don't have ski gear then bring the scotchguard water resistant spray to keep you dry)
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: sunblock! It's so easy to get sunburnt on the slopes!! Lip balm, tissues, bandaids (if you ski like I do), cough drops, good lotion
Photo Equipment: Whatever you feel comfortable using, however please remember if you fall you could break it.
Miscellaneous: Granola bars are always a good snack on the slopes to help you get that extra boost of energy you will need!
Brian Head Favorites
Favorite thing: I love to go skiing with my family. This resort is "family friendly" because it offers easy, intermediate, and difficult terrains. There is a ski school program for children and adults.
Fondest memory: My father taught my entire family how to ski so now we can go together and have a great time!Related to:
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