Mountain Info

Brian Head Resort offers The Greatest Snow on Earth®, with annual average snowfall of nearly 360 inches, and Utah’s highest base elevation. Covering over 650 acres, the Resort has two connected mountains, Giant Steps and Navajo, offering 71 runs, 8 chair lifts, and 3 surface lifts.

Lifts in operation on any given day may vary due to high winds and other inclement weather conditions. 
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TrailDifficulty and Description
High-speed Lift AccessGiant Steps Express features brand new bike carriers, which simultaneously carry 4 bikes without the stress of damaging your frame.
Color FlowLevel: Beginner
Our easiest single-track option. This mellow trail takes the scenic route down the mountain, with beginner flow sections and beginner-level single track. All jumps are rollable and easily bypassed. Use to find the Peak Access backcountry exit point to Bunker Creek and the Vista hiking trail.
Little (Upper) GlitterLevel: Intermediate
This blue line contains berms, jumps, tables, and beginner step-up. All features are rollable with no mandatory jumps or drops. Use this trail to find the trailhead for Wildflower and connect with Lil’ Gritty, Z-Line Connector, Lower Glitter, Tank’s Track, Grissender, and Color Flow.
Tank’s TrackLevel: Advanced
Fast, engaging berms, a lily-pad, and jumps! Trailhead branches off Wildflower just below the Alpen Way access road. Be sure to look for the hidden trail segment Ken’s Woods off to your left in the trees.
Lower GlitterLevel: Intermediate
Top to bottom flow is now possible by taking Little Glitter to Lower Glitter! Lower Glitter features several large tables, hips, and rock ladders that will have you begging for one more lap.
Timberline DHLevel: Advanced
The classic and rowdy DH trail that made Brian Head Bike Park famous! New features have been added! Find the trailhead by using the Timberline access road at the top of the lift or the redesigned Upper Timberline trail.
Upper TimberlineLevel: Intermediate
This year’s Momentum project will play with unique topography and connect Timberline DH with an amazing single-track from the top. This trail will serve as a second blue line from the top and connect directly with Momentum’s other 2021 project, Timber Glitter. Use to access Dark Hollow via the Mace’s Run backcountry exit point.
Timber GlitterLevel: Intermediate
Lucky Scab gets an upgrade and a new name! Momentum’s 2021 project will include connecting Upper Timberline with Little Glitter. Use to connect with Z-Line Connector or your favorite mid-mountain trail segment.
Z-Line ConnectorLevel: Advanced
This short but brilliant segment features mandatory drops and fast corners. Find it towards the end of Upper Glitter and use it to connect with Timberline DH.
Lil’ GrittyLevel: Advanced
Old school NORBA meets modern Momentum enhancements in this rugged top to bottom DH racecourse. Use as a standalone speed track or an advanced trailhead option to access most trails in the park.
GrissenderLevel: Intermediate
This 2020 mid-mountain option spotlights more of Momentum’s signature boulder bridges, the deepest corners in the park, and features. Trailhead can be found on the Alpen Way access road at the bottom of Upper Glitter, which connects with Wildflower and Lower Timberline.
Wild FlowerLevel: Expert
The 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!
Old Color CountryLevel: Intermediate
Hand-built, unexcavated single-track through the dense forest off of Timberline DH just before the Ninja Jump. Features a 30 ft wooden tabletop.

Mountain Stats

Average Annual Snowfall: Nearly 360 inches of The Greatest Snow on Earth®.
Base Elevation: 9,600 ft. – Highest in Utah
Peak Elevation: 10,970 ft. – Top of Giant Steps
Available Terrain: Over 650 acres
Vertical Drop: Lift-served–1,320 ft. Hikeable–1,548 ft.
Terrain Parks: 1 terrain park: Bypass (Advanced)
Number of Runs: 71 runs: 30% easiest, 35% more difficult, and 35% most difficult
Snow Tubing: Navajo Tube Hill is a 75’ vertical drop with a 550’ slope length. The Giant Steps Tube Hill is a 100’ vertical drop with a 600’ slope length.

Operating Hours
Mountain Standard Time

Friday9:30am – 5:00pm
Saturday9:30am – 6:00pm
Sunday9:30am – 5:00pm

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