January 18, 2010
Promotions from Brian Head
Just got an email from the promotions folks at Brian Head:
Brian Head, UT â Several new lodging/skiing/boarding packages and multiple promotions offering 50%-off adult lift tickets have been introduced at Southern Utahâ s Brian Head Resort, the best-kept skiing and snowboarding secret in the Southwestern States and one of Americaâ s "Top Family Getaways," according to the Family Travel Forum.
Just opened in December 2009, The Grand Lodge at Brian Head is offering its Ski Packages starting at $189 per night based on double occupancy ($94.50 per-person). The package is valid Sunday thru Thursday and includes accommodations for two in a Resort Queen or a Resort King room, two Brian Head Resort adult lift tickets per night stayed and two appetizers per day at The Lift Lounge & Patio. The package is offered through 4/11/10. For these and many other events and packages, visit www.grandlodgebrianhead.com or call (435) 677-9000. Enhanced with the most modern of amenities, the new, 100-room Grand Lodge at Brian Head pays homage to the majestic beauty of the southern Utah landscape with stone, timber and log walls, rough-hewn wood, wood beam ceilings, stone fireplaces and bronze metal and granite accented furnishings. Guests can enjoy an indoor pool with cascading waterfall, indoor and outdoor hot tubs, a fitness center and the Red Leaf Spa. The Lodge is pet-friendly, offers complimentary parking and all rooms are non-smoking.
Long-time Brian Head lodging favorite, Cedar Breaks Lodge and Spa is offering a Stay 3 Ski Free package, a three-night package with check-in on Sunday, Monday or Tuesday. It includes accommodations in a newly remodeled King or Junior Villa and four all area lift tickets for just $114 per night based on double occupancy ($57 per-person) â for a total, three-night-package price of $340. Last night to check in with this package is 4/6/10. More information is at www.cedarbreakslodge.com or 1-888-AT-CEDAR. Cedar Breaks Lodge has been serving Brian Head visitors for over 13 years, and its accommodations include 118 comfortable Villas with seven different floor plans perfect for couples and families up to eight people, underground parking, 24/7 front desk, (two) restaurants, a cocktail lounge, indoor pool with a spacious deck, steam room, dry sauna, (two) fireside hot tubs, gift shop and the Cedar Breaks Spa. At Cedar Breaks Lodge guests will find all the amenities and service second to none that will make their next visit to Brian Head memorable and enjoyable.
Each package requires a deposit with a 72 hour (prior to the arrival date) cancellation policy, does not include tax or gratuities, and is subject to availability.
Brian Head is offering steep discounts: A $39 package for first-time-beginner skiers or snowboarders 13 years-old or older. It includes a 2-hour morning lesson or 2-hour afternoon lesson, a lift ticket and rental equipment. This offer is good January 22, 23 and 24, 2010. The ski area is also offering 50%-off adults lift tickets Monday through Friday during non-holiday periods for those presenting a police, fire or military ID at the ticket window, for everyone purchasing 8 gallons or more of fuel at KB Express or Terrible Herbst locations in California, Nevada, Arizona and Utah (www.terribleherbst.com), and for all Snow Jam Preferred Card holders (www.brianhead.com/special_offers). Those purchasing a Dixie Direct Book and presenting their Dixie Direct membership card (www.dixiedirectcard.com) at the ticket window will receive a "Buy one Get one FREE" Brian Head Resort lift ticket. (Holiday periods: 1/16-1/18; 2/13-2/15)
Check the place out. I love Brian Head and it is a great place to learn or just enjoy a few days on the snow. Not steep and deep, but with the current storm coming, it is still incredible skiing.
Posted by Justin at January 18, 2010 03:37 PM
This has to be the best deal anywhere. What a place to carve big wide turns and get lots of vitamin D. Perhaps once Elk Meadows gets sold they can partner in order to give both areas maximum variety. I've said it before and I'll say it again. I skied there Monday to Friday last February and I never shared a chair with anyone save for my son when he happened to be doing the same runs. It was straight onto the lifts each and every time. By 2 in the afternoon I had had the equivalent of 2 days of skiing at most places. Once you get use to zero crowds it is hard to think of skiing any other way.
Posted by: Away Visitor at January 20, 2010 05:37 PM
Also don't forget the recently awarded a Silver Eagle Award for its Excellence in Visual Impact based on the efforts taken to address the mountain pine beetle’s impact in the Cooper Creek and Vasquez Ridge area of the resort, Winter Park Resort is consistently hailed for sharing its best in preserving both the ecology and beauty of Colorado's favorite ski resort. http://www.skiorganizers.com/-pl-101-screen-scnGetExtHtml-_param-pldestCOWP-.htm
Posted by: ski trips at December 7, 2010 08:34 PM