Attractions Near Brian Head Rentals
Are you looking for a four-season, family-friendly vacation destination? A destination with beautiful scenery, unspoiled wilderness, mountains and canyons, rivers and streams? Brian Head is the perfect destination. Located in the Dixie National Forest in Southern Utah, Brian Head offers spectacular scenery, year round outdoor activities for the whole family and a laid back small town atmosphere.
Spend the summer months hiking the many trails. Hike to the Mammoth Caves to discover the centuries old lava tubes or to the peak of Brian Head for exceptional views. Take in the views of Arizona and Nevada in the distance from the mountain’s summit gazebo, accessible on a scenic ride on the chairlift. Sit back, relax and bring along the binoculars for beautiful bird watching. Fishermen will delight in the many reservoirs, lakes and creeks filled with trout for the perfect catch. For the adventurous looking for more than a scenic biking trail, experience Utah’s largest bike park with 5,000 ft descents.
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Brian Head Resort boasts great snow, with an average of 400” of snow a year. Easy access and uncrowded runs and the climate and terrain is great for winter sports enthusiasts. With two separate ski areas connected by a ski bridge, Brian Head caters for all levels of skiers. Begin with lessons at the excellent ski school at Navajo and advance your way to Giant Steps with challenging terrain for Intermediate and Expert skiers. New attractions include high speed chairs and terrain based learning. Cross country skiers can enjoy the many trails and the scenic back country beckons for snowmobiles looking for an adventure. Fishing enthusiasts are not limited to summer time visits and can enjoy the thrill of ice fishing.
Relax and enjoy the winter wonderland of Brian Head.
Things to do in and around Southern Utah
Spectacular beauty, scenery and adventure makes Southern Utah an exciting vacation destination. Be enchanted by the beauty of Zion National Park, take a scenic drive through Bryce Canyon, stopping at one of the 13 viewpoints with great views of the amphitheaters and explore Cedar Breaks National Monument, one of America’s most special parks with a half mile deep amphitheatre, meadows of wildflowers and a subalpine forest. Spend the day exploring the area with visits to:
- Cedar Breaks National Monument
- Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument
- Kodachrome Basin State Park
- Dixie National Forest
- Duck Creek Village
- Bryce Canyon National Park
- Zion National Park
Family Time Vacation Rentals has the perfect vacation rental to ensure your visit to Southern Utah makes lifetime memories for you and your family.