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Welcome to The World’s Best Spring Break

Are you spending your Spring Break in Southern Utah? If so, we sure hope you will stop by to join us in all of the fun we will be having on the mountain here at Brian Head Resort!

Spring Break is a time for students and families to get out of their daily routines, take a break, and explore somewhere new. While many people are searching for tropical destinations, those who love snow and outdoor activities may consider visiting a ski resort before the end of season. 

You don’t have to trade snow for sunshine – spring skiing offers the best of both worlds. The days are getting longer, the sun is shining on Brian Head Resort, and we want to tell you about all of our upcoming events! This year Brian Head Resort has historical snowfall, exciting specials, thrilling activities, and more beautiful conditions on the way.

Super Savings for Parents and Kids

We want to help you navigate the savings so you can go into the end of season ready to hit the slopes and maximize your time here at Brian Head Resort. Beginning March 1st, Brian Head Resort is offering a great deal on lift tickets! With each lift ticket that you purchase, you get a $10 resort credit AND, $25 rental AND, $100 lesson, afternoon group beginner. That’s $10 back in your pocket and up to 38% off rentals and lessons with each lift ticket! Remember, kids 12 and under already ski FREE! With kids already hitting the lifts free of cost, these savings are available to all riders 13 and older. This offer will continue through closing day. Blackout dates apply, so be sure to check out this deal on our website.

Where Can I Spend My Resort Credit?

With every lift ticket, you will receive a $10 credit to spend at the resort. For example, if you purchase five lift tickets – that’s $50 free available to be put towards lunch! Rack up those credits and focus on making more memories and less stress on the wallet. Credits work at resort dining establishments, retail stores, rental gear, and lesson expenses. Two retail stores and a handful of dining options are both available slope-side.

The morning of your ticket reservation is when you will receive an email to redeem the resort credits. Make sure to pull up this barcode at the register for the employees to scan before you checkout. 

Rental Equipment Process

Will your ski group need rental gear? The purchase of your Spring Break Lift Ticket lowers your rental price to $25 for the entire set. If you and your crew need rentals for the duration of your stay, you are all saving $10 a day on rentals alone. Rentals are a great option if you are stressing to commit to a set-up or if you can only make it to the mountain a few times a year. Simply purchase your lift ticket online and reserve your rentals in the same transaction. The World’s Best Spring Break discounts are automatically applied to all applicable reservations after March 1st. Once you arrive at the resort, stop by the ticket window to pick up your pass and visit the rental shop where the rental assistants will gear you up for the slopes. The standard rental kit includes boots, boards, and helmets.

Group Afternoon Beginner Lessons

Need to freshen up those skills? This is a great time to take a lesson at Brian Head Resort. The blue skies and warmer days are inviting conditions for the new skiers. With the Spring Break special, you pay $100 on an afternoon group lesson. We have lessons for all age groups and abilities. At the time of lift ticket purchase, additionally sign up for a lesson in the same transaction to receive the discounted lesson rate. The rate is automatically applied during the checkout process.

Preparing for Your Visit

We want to help you make the most of your time here at Brian Head Resort and be fully prepared for your upcoming Spring Break. Brian Head Resort has two separate ski lodges and parking at one versus another could make all of the difference if you are a novice skier. 

Beginners will want to park at Navajo Lodge. This is where you will pick up your rental gear, meet up for your lessons, and access beginner terrain. The Giant Steps lodge is another place to pick up rental gear but offers access to more. It’s worth noting that both mountains are connected and accessible from one another, download the trail map to see exactly how.  

A Mountain for Everyone

Spring Break is nearly here and we have a number of events planned before the end of the season. The last few months bring the energy with weekends full of live music, apres-ski fun, and longer bluebird days. Southern Utah is an exciting place to be this time of year. The nearby national parks are visible from the mountain tops and they make for a great stop along the way. Add Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, or Cedar Breaks to your road trip itinerary, and check these beautiful parks off your bucket list. 

We hope to enjoy a snow-filled Spring Break with you at Brian Head Resort. Be sure to check out our events page on the website to see all of the upcoming activities and get your lift tickets early to save. 

See you soon, Spring Breakers!
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