Fall is in the air and Brian Head will be dressing in its fall finest with pops of autumn colors. From sightseers to leaf peepers, start planning your fall trip and stay at the Brian Head Lodge. Leaves can start to change to pops of orange, red, and yellow anytime between mid-September through October. Check out the leaf report here for the latest updates on colors.
Read on for tips on enjoying fall at Brian Head Resort to maximize your visit and know where to experience the best fall views.
Things to do to see fall leaves
There’s no shortage of places to view the beautiful autumn leaves. Brian Head Resort has several hikes and scenic lift rides to take in the sights. Here are a few of our favorite ways to see fall leaves.
Scenic lift ride Take in the beauty from the top of the mountain. Whether you’re driving through or staying with us at the Brain Head Lodge, stroll down and hop on a scenic chairlift ride. From the top, take the hiking trail down to experience a sure fire way to see fall colors. Scenic lift rides open until September, 24 2023. Located at the Giant Steps Lodge.
Mountain Biking Experience fall colors by winding down the mountain. From downhill riders to sightseers there’s a mountain bike trail for everyone. Open until September, 24 2023. Located at the Giant Steps Lodge.
Twisted Forest This 2 mile out and back trail winds through ancient Bristlecone Pine trees to vistas above Cedar Breaks National Monument. Located on Summit Mountain Road (dirt forest road), follow signs to the trailhead.
Alpine Pond Loop. This 1 mile loop is prime for fall colors with contrasting red rock. Stroll through a spruce-fir-aspen forest leading to an Alpine Pond. Located in Cedar Breaks National Monument
Stay in the Mountains At Brian Head Lodge
From hikes to scenic lift rides and drives you’ll want to extend your stay at Brian Head to soak up all that fall has to offer. Brian Head Lodge offers breathtaking views and is the perfect place to experience fall at Brian Head.