Brian Head, UT Vacation Home Rental

Area Info

 Cross Country Skiing
 Wildlife Viewing
 Rock Climbing
 Downhill/Alpine Skiing
 Basketball Court
 Cinemas/Movie Theaters
 Horseback Riding

Cedar Breaks Beauty is just minutes from Brian Head

Towering spires and sandstone columns of deep rich colors create the extraordinary beauty of Cedar Breaks National Monument.  Located in Markagun Plateau  at an elevation of over 10,000 feet and surrounded by a pine forest, Cedar Breaks is just minutes from Brian Head Utah.  Southern Utah is blessed with some of the most beautiful National Parks in all of the country including Cedar Breaks, Bryce Canyon and Zion  all part of what is known as The Grand Circle of Souther Utah.

Cool temperatures, hiking and ATV trails, mountain biking and some of the finest fishing anywhere are just some of the activities you can experience during your summer stay.  On a clear day, Brian Head Peak offers majestic views of three states.  The stars shine brightly on this little slice of heaven on earth.

Escape the heat and enjoy the marvelous vistas of Southern Utah this summer.  Book your stay today in the heart of Utah's Grand Circle.


Beat the heat at 10,000 Feet - Summer is Awesome in Brian Head

When the temperatures in the valleys heat up, Brian Head is the place to be.  Summer days are cool and offer the perfect environment for outdoor activities.  Many miles of trails allow you to experience the beauty of the local area.

From easy trails such as Alpine Pond Nature Trail, a 2 miles roundtrip that runs along the rim of Cedar Breaks Monument, surrounded by forest is a relaxing hike where nature's beauty is awe inspiring.  Often you'll see deer and other animals along the trail.  The Alpine Pond can be found about the middle of the hike.  Take a moment to admire the beautiful wildflowers and listen quietly and you may spot a deer or hear the birds singing.  For the experienced hiker, try Blowhard, a 4 mile hike with steep drops and heavy forest that will take you to marvelous overlooks and Red Canyon.  These are just 2 of the many trails to enjoy during your stay.

Adventurous folks can enjoy Mountain Biking.  Hop on the ski lifts with your Mountain Bike and experience the thrill of riding downhill on the slopes.  From a point just below Brian Head Peak, you can access 16 miles of trails, averaging 3 to 4 miles.

Fishing is everywhere from mountain streams to Navajo and Panguitch Lakes.  Don't forget to obtain your Utah Fishing License before dropping your pole in the fruitful waters.

ATV trails are also prominent in the Brian Head area.  There are several places to rent ATV's in Brian Head. 

Summer events like Shakespeare in the Park, Stargazing tours and Thunder on the Mountain to name a few, make Brian Head a natural getaway for a relaxing vacation.

Cathy or Dan Rosenfield
702 528 5271
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