Mountain Bike Park

Witness the Evolution of a Bike Park

Our mountain bike park is growing. We’ve added new flow trails with perfectly sculpted berms and tabletops. Bikers can now experience the thrill of a modern, world-class bike park right here at Brian Head Resort.

New to Mountain Biking? Check out this article by Ski Utah about beginning mountain biking!


Lift AccessCLOSEDN/ACLOSED for the 2019 Summer Season
Color FlowCLOSEDBeginnerPerfect for beginners! This mellow trail takes the scenic route down the mountain, with beginner flow sections as well as beginner level single track.
TimberlineCLOSEDAdvancedThe classic and rowdy DH trail that made Brian Head Bike Park famous! New features have been added!
Lil’ GrittyCLOSEDExpertFully open! New trail intersections with Lil’ Glitter – Keep your eyes open for cross traffic
Wild FlowerCLOSEDExpertThe gnarliest DH racecourse in the “Utah Gravity Series” is sure to make even the most hardcore riders hoot and holler. Steep, rocky chutes and plenty of drops, this Expert level trail is not for beginner or intermediate riders!
Little GlitterCLOSEDIntermediateBrand new flow! Flow laps are now possible top to bottom by taking Little Glitter to either Tank’s Track or Lower Glitter!
Tank’s TracksCLOSEDIntermediateFast, engaging berms, a lily-pad, and jumps! The flow on Tank’s Tracks is unlike anything you’ve ever ridden.
Lower GlitterCLOSEDIntermediateTop to bottom flow is now possible by taking Little Glitter to Lower Glitter! Lower Glitter features several large tables, a hip, and a couple of rock-ladders will have you begging for just one more lap.
Old Color CountryCLOSEDIntermediateTrailhead mid-mountain at the Timberline Re-route. Cross-country section to Sawmill is closed.
Back Country Trail Access
CLOSEDAdvancedBrian Head Peak back country access

Complimentary Guided Tours

We are now offering complimentary guided mountain biking tours down our new Color Flow trail. Tours leave from the top of the Giant Steps Express chairlift at 10 a.m., 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. each day during normal operations.

Shuttle Services 

(Owned and Operated Privately From Brian Head Resort) 

Brian Head Shuttle
For bike shuttles and general transportation to Brian Head Resort, contact Brian Head Shuttle at (435) 590-1473. Brian Head Shuttle provides transportation to all the popular biking trails including Dark Hallow, Bunker Creek, and Blow Hard Mountain. Shuttle service and mountain bike rentals at Brian Head Resort are available seven days a week. For more information visit

Southern Utah's Best Bike Park

The Brian Head Resort Mountain Bike Park is revered for its incredible gravity fed flow, technical single track, and access to hundreds of miles of scenic back country trails. Our lift-served terrain accesses beginner to advanced level trails. Start small and work your way up to more challenging trails and features!

In the summer of 2018, we partnered with legendary trail building experts at Momentum Trail Concepts  to create a modern, world-class lift-served trail experience.

Phases One and Two of the project are now complete!!  The initial phase replaced the old Color Country trail with Color Flow , an easier modern flow trail spanning approximately 3.5 miles. Color Flow is the perfect trail for beginner riders, with beginner level single track and flow sections to help conquer the necessary skills needed to be a better biker.

Phase Two saw the completion of top to bottom intermediate Flow. Little Glitter, Tank’s Track and Lower Glitter are ready to ride!! Try the thrilling downhill experience Momentum has built – with bigger tabletops and faster berms, these trails are a blast!! 

The US Forest Service has been rebuilding back country trails that were destroyed in the 2017 #BrianHeadFire. We will continue to monitor the progress of the back country trails in our backyard.

Questions? Don’t hesitate to comment or ask questions on our new Brian Head Resort Mountain Bike Park Facebook Page

*For safety reasons, babies in bike seats, backpacks, harnesses, etc. are not allowed on Brian Head Resort’s trail network.

*No Dogs allowed on the trails.