Brian Head Resort Season Pass Chart

If you’re anything like us, you’re ready for winter. More than ready. Considering which 2021-2022 season pass to purchase? We’ve got a chart for you. Keep reading or take our handy Which Pass is Right for You quiz, and buy your pass now. Prices increase after August 27, 2021.

Power Pass

Power Pass Select

My Weekday Pass

Value Pass

If this pass was a trail at Brian Head, what would it be? Wild Ride Sunburst Kodachrome Paradise
Who should buy this pass? Those who want the freedom to go anytime, anywhere. Zealots who want to ski Utah mountains and get 12 shared days at Snowbowl and Purgatory, too. Weekday warriors. Those who call Brian Head home and don’t need to visit anywhere else.
Does this pass have blackout dates? No Brian Head: No

Purgatory and Snowbowl: Yes

Yes Yes
What do people love about this pass? It gives you the freedom to ski whenever you want! It’s the least expensive season pass without Brian Head blackout dates. The customization: pick anywhere from 1 to 5 weekdays, and ski those days all season. It’s a “Brian Head only” pass.
Little known fact about this pass It provides direct to lift access to all 8 mountains. It provides unlimited access in Utah and 12 shared (restricted) days at Purgatory & Snowbowl. It comes with 6 discounted tickets to use on blackout dates or share. It’s perfect for those who don’t mind skipping busier days.
Does it include discounted lift tickets? Yes Yes Yes No
What about partner ski areas? 3 days at each:

Sundance

Copper

Loveland

Monarch

3 days at each:

Sundance

Monarch

None None

Other honorable mentions:

  • Power Kids is a FREE season pass that provides unlimited direct-to-lift access to all of our mountains (no blackout dates). Valid for kiddos ages 12 and younger at the time of purchase.
  • Our new active-duty military pass delivers discounted skiing at Brian Head (blackout dates apply) for those currently serving in our armed forces.

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