Brian Head, Utah, is a GORGEOUS little town in the south part of the state. It’s 11,000 ft above sea level and has amazing hiking and mountain biking in the summer and fall and world class skiing in the winter.
This family-friendly lodge rests in the foothills of Brian Head Peak, part of the Dixie National Forest, where blue spruces and ponderosa pines line the hiking and skiing trails. The Cedar Breaks Day Spa takes inspiration from this alpine setting with treatments such as a skin-softening mountain mud wrap.
Brian Head is within easy driving distance of several national parks and monuments. One of the most famous is Cedar Breaks National Monument, where ancient rock formations create a natural amphitheater. Colorful limestone spires, hoodoos, and crags characterize this landscape, which is home to yellow-bellied marmots, western big-eared bats, and mountain lions. Less than a two-hour drive south, Zion National Park makes for a great day trip. Its 2,000-foot sandstone walls command immediate attention, but the park also encompasses pine groves, wildflowers, and porous rock formations where natural waters nurture greenery.
- Stay for four in a studio or one-bedroom villa, or six in a two-bedroom villa
- Dates into May
- Make sure you read the fine print so you know all the details of booking.
- Reservations: Dates cannot be changed once booked; valid only for night(s) purchased.
- Cancellation policy: 4-day cancellation notice required prior to check-in or reservation is non-refundable; reservations made within cancellation window are non-refundable.
- Additional fees: $13 daily resort fee plus tax paid at check-in. $100 refundable security deposit paid at check-in.
- Rates may vary by date and are subject to availability.
- Indoor pool and hot tub
- Restaurant and lounge
- Sauna and steam room
- Basketball court
- Game room
- Bike storage
- Fitness center
- Barbecue area
- Convenience store