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A Season of Significant Snowfall

Brian Head Resort Passes the 228” Mark making this the season of significant snowfall 

Powder Alert! Yesterday’s snowstorm dropped 15″ of new snow, enough to surpass last year’s total snowfall of 228″. This year marks a season of significant snowfall with 241″ of snowfall this year, which is over 20 feet of snow! We are excited to share our enthusiasm as we can’t believe we have already exceeded last year’s total snowfall for the entire season!

A Ski Season to Remember the Significant Snowfall!

This has been a record-breaking season at Brian Head Resort. We knew we were off to a good start when we were the first resort to officially open in Utah. This was especially exciting for our Season Pass holders and the local ski community as they were able to start skiing two weekends before the proposed start date. 

The Surplus of Snowfall

For many of our returning staff members, this has been the snowiest winter season they have seen at Brian Head Resort in years. From mid-October to the beginning of November, the mountain has seen regular snow storms in the double-digits and our Ski Patrol has been working overtime on avalanche mitigation in the backcountry. This surplus of snowfall has truly made this the season of significant snowfall.

The Powder Update

The signature Utah Snow has been showing off this year; constantly bringing a fresh canvas to our powder enthusiasts. We think the mountain looks beautiful with these extra layers and we wanted to share some of our favorite powder pictures with you!

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  • Ski & Snowboard Brian Head Resort Mountain in powder
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We are super pumped to see everyone out here for the Spring Break season. It should be a fun last few months full of music and events. We look forward to getting out on the slopes with you and sharing these beautiful bluebird days on the mountain. Keep on shredding.


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