November 14, 2012
New Weekday Lift Ticket Deal Offers Skiers and Snowboarders a 35% Savings
Brian Head, UT – Brian Head Resort in the Rocky Mountains of Southern Utah will open its 2012/2013 Winter Season on Friday, November 16th (dependent on weather). The Resort will be open Friday through Sunday through December 13th, and will be open seven days a week beginning December 14th through its scheduled closing date of April 14, 2013. The Resort will also be open on Thanksgiving Day, November 22nd.
A 35 percent saving on already low priced weekday, adult lift tickets awaits skiers and snowboarders at Brian Head Resort in Southern Utah: The new “Brian Head Midweek Punch Pass” provides five adult, full day lift tickets for only $159. This equals less than $32 per day, while the regular price is $49. The punch pass is fully-transferable and is good for one punch per weekday, Monday through Friday, non-holiday periods. It’s on sale as of November 7th at BrianHead.com and at all Brian Head ticket windows. This pricing maintains Brian Head Resort’s long-held position among the best values in North American snow sports.
Also new at Brian Head Resort for the 2012/2013 Winter Season is the “College Student Season Pass” for only $299. It’s offered to everyone with a college ID and under the age of 26. It is available through December 31st at Brian Head’s season pass office and at offsite season pass sales events as noted at BrianHead.com.
A new “Learn to Ski & Snowboard” offer from Brian Head Resort will be available the weekends of January 12th and 13th and January 26th and 27th. Reservations are required. For only $45, everyone 13 years and older will receive a two-hour skiing or snowboarding lesson, equipment rentals and an full day lift ticket for Chairs 4 & 6 on the beginners mountain. The lift tickets will be specially marked so Brian Head Resort staff knows these skiers and snowboarders are beginners. Participants will receive a coupon for two $45 non-holiday period “Get Better Lessons,” regularly $79. They include: a full day lift ticket, rentals and 1.5 hours of instruction. Lessons start at 10:30 am and 1:30 pm. When “Learn to Ski & Snowboard” participants complete both “Get Better Lessons,” they will be eligible for 50 percent off a season pass for the remainder of the 2012/2013 Winter Season, equipment rentals, and they get a free lift ticket to bring one friend on any day they ski with their season pass.
There has been no price increase on regular lift tickets, with adult full day remaining at $49 and children 12-and-under and seniors 65+ remaining at $35. Half-day tickets remain at $40 and $29, respectively. Holiday full-day rates are $56 and $40, and $46 and $33 half day. Kids 5 and under continue to ski free with a paying adult.
About Brian Head Resort (866-930-1010/www.BrianHead.com): Located in the Rocky Mountains of Southern Utah, only 3 hours northeast of Las Vegas, Brian Head annually averages nearly 360 inches of “The Greatest Snow on Earth." It is among the best values in North American snow sports: $49 adult all-day lift ticket and $35 for children 12-and-under and seniors 65+. Half-day tickets are $40 and $29, respectively. During the Resort’s Holiday periods, full-day rates are $56 and $40, and $46 and $33 half day. Children are 12 and under, while Seniors are 65 and over, and everyone age 5 and under skis free with a paying adult. Brian Head Resort’s incredible snow accumulation is in great part explained by it base elevation, 9,600 ft., making it the highest in Utah. It covers over 660 acres of ski terrain for downhill skiing, snow tubing and snowboarding. This includes multiple terrain parks and more than 70 ski trails served by eight lifts. Brian Head’s very family-friendly atmosphere includes an uncrowded setting with no lift-lines, an award-winning, all-inclusive children's program for ages 3-12 at Navajo Lodge Learning Center, an entire mountain and facility dedicated to kids and newcomers to winter sports. It was named a “Top Family Getaway” by the Family Travel Forum. There is a state licensed day care facility and assorted options for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and general ecotourism. There are multiple options for lodging along with après ski dining and drinking and entertainment. Brian Head’s location is perfect for combining a skiing or snowboarding trip with a visit to Las Vegas, and it is likely closer to more national parks than any other ski resort town in North America; Zion, Bryce, Capitol Reef, The Grand Canyon, and Great Basin are all within easy reach. Cedar Breaks National Monument is two miles from Brian Head. The latest information on Brian Head can be found at BrianHead.com, Facebook.com/BrianHeadResort, Twitter.com/BrianHeadResort, www.BrianHeadParks.com and www.Facebook.com/BrianHeadTerrainParks.