Brian Head is a small ski resort community located in the heart of southern Utah’s national parks and monuments. Located at 9,500 feet, Brian Head is the second highest ski resort town in North America. In the summer and fall the temps hover in the mid 70’s making it a perfect destination to escape the heat of the valley below. During that time, Brian Head offers Utah’s premier mountain bike park with chairlift and shuttle service that whisks you to the top of Brian Head Peak. Over 200 miles of downhill mountain bike trails await and you can rip down incredible roller coaster cruisers and some popping vertical descents. If mountain biking is not your scene, the weekend chairlift service is also available to hikers and sightseers in search of Utah’s famous red-rock vistas.

Brian Head, Utah is close to many outdoor destinations, including Bryce Canyon, Cedar Breaks National Monument, and The Parowan Gap. Much Cooler than St. George, Brian Head is the perfect place to escape the July heat. The mountain biking, trails, and scenery around Brian Head are truly unique. And the drive up the mountain hosts rock formations that leave you spell bound with their beauty. So escape the heat and see if you’ve got what it takes to conquer the mountain in the Brian Head Endurance: Challenge the Peak!