Brian Head Resort Set to Be First Ski Area Open in Utah This Season

Martin Kuprianowicz | | Industry NewsIndustry News

Tick-tock. Clock’s ticking. Ski season starts in Utah this week—are you ready?

Brian Head Resort near Cedar City has announced an opening date of Friday, Nov.4, which is only three days away. This makes Brian Head the first ski resort to open in Utah this season.

Brian Head shared in a social post Monday:

“Update: Opening Day is Nov 4th! This makes us the first resort to open in Utah!! The combo of early October snowfall, cold temps & snowmaking means we are opening ahead of schedule. Navajo Express will be open this Friday for shredding access. Bring the stoke because Southern Utah has the snow!!”

Time to dust off those skis and boards. 

About Brian Head

Brian Head Resort offers The Greatest Snow on Earth, with an 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. Brian Head is located near Cedar City amidst the red rocks of Utah.

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