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Brian Head Groms

by Park Rat Tom November 25 2011 4 Comments

Our next journey takes us to a little place called Brian Head Resort in Southern Utah. With over 400 inches of snow on average, 2 terrain parks, and some of the best tubing in the West, Brian Head really does offer something for everyone. 

Fun Fact: Brian Head's base elevation is 9,600 feet. That's the highest in Utah!

I ran into some of the local groms for a few laps around the park, and man, do they rip! I definitely plan on making a trip back this season, so stay tuned...



riders: Brock Butterfield, Josh Scheuerman, Alex Flory, Julian Dumlao, Dusty Hanna, Vinnie Fava, Pat Fava & Joey Fava (yes, all brothers!)

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Tom Haraden

Tom is a filmer and photographer originally from the East Coast. Follow his adventures in the Utah terrain parks and beyond all winter long.

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