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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Chair LiftsTypeLength (ft)Vertical (ft)
#1 Wild FlowerTriple2,967579
#2 Giant Steps ExpressHigh Speed Quad4,8401,200
#3 BlackfootTriple2,292439
#4 Navajo ExpressHigh Speed Quad4,200604
#5 RouletteTriple3,048743
#6 PioneerDouble1,064150
#7 The DunesTriple2,536555
#8 Alpen GlowTriple2,447550

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

Monday – Friday CLOSED
Weekends and Peak PeriodsCLOSED

Night Skiing

Friday – Saturday and Peak PeriodsCLOSED

* Night skiing will not be operating the week of Presidents Peak Period.

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