Brian Head, Utah

What’s not to love about Brian Head? Here’s a laid-back village where people and nature happily coexist. Located at a 9,700-foot elevation, Brian Head is the highest town in Utah, which means summers are darn pleasant and winters become a snowy wonderland. Mother Nature blessed the town with incredible mountain terrain for nearly every type of outdoor activity and surrounded it with Utah’s famous red rock scenery. Right outside your hotel, condo, or even yurt, you can go mountain biking, hiking, skiing, and snowmobiling — the options are endless, and friendly locals invite you to enjoy them all. Mountains of memories are made in Brian Head.

Brian Head Town by the Numbers

Town Activities

Brian Head Town Park and Bristlecone Pond_BH_Bret Howser

Resort Information

Scenic Chairlift Rides

Outdoor Recreation

Brian Head Utah - OHV

Between Cedar City and Brian Head there are miles and miles of trails to discover! Check out the nationally designated Iron Hills Trail…

Summer tubing at Brian Head Resort is a thrilling activity that is perfect for visitors of all ages. The resort features multiple…

Bristlecone Pond is the summer focal point in Brian Head. The pond sits on the south end of the main corridor through the Town and…


hotel room

Food & Drinks

Taps behind a bar at the Last Chair at Brian Head Resort, Utah


Brian Head Town Sign welcomes visitors on the south end of town

Help Plan Your Visit & Find Information

Brian Head Visitor Center & Town Hall

Brian Head Town Visitor Center
56 N. Hwy 143
Brian Head, UT 84719
(435) 677-2029