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With Utah’s highest base elevation, Brian Head Resort offers consistently excellent snow conditions and the driest snow in North America, with an average moisture content of just 4%. The two adjacent and recently connected mountains comprising Brian Head Resort are Brian Head Peak, which tops out at 11,307 feet, and Navajo Peak, with an elevation of 10,300 feet. Nestled in the two mountains, the Resort features 65 ski trails and 650 acres of ski terrain. Each of the two mountains is anchored by a full service base lodge facility.
The Resort’s terrain was expanded by nearly 35% in 2007 with the addition of two new chairlifts (Wildflower and Alpen Glow) that connected the Giant Steps and Navajo Mountains. Skiers and snowboarders of all abilities can now enjoy both mountains by skiing/riding instead of driving.