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Brian Head adventures top them all

No-one really knows why Brian Head is called Brian Head. But one thing is for sure: The unusual name of Utah's highest resort spells out high-octane thrills to those looking for an adrenaline-filled vacation. Mainly known as a winter resort, it's often blessed with thick blankets of Utah's divine powder snow. But many now choose to book their Brian Head vacation rentals in the summer months. With over 200 miles of gut-wrenching, hill-hugging mountain bike trails, Brian Head is becoming a superb summer resort, too.

Getting high on life in Brian Head

Brian Head is very much a game of two halves when it comes to the activities on offer. During the winter, it's 9,600 feet of elevation helps ensure snow that's perfect for skiers and snowboarders alike. And if the weather isn't playing along, the snow machines will guarantee your winter wonderland. Even if your skills are rusty or non-existent, you can still enjoy the wild pleasures of snow tubing or snowmobiling. Those coming in summer have their pick of Brian Head vacation rentals, as well as activities that run from ATV off-roading to biking to canyoneering.

Brian Head—a visual feast

There's no doubt that it's the natural spectacle all around that grabs the attention in Brian Head. The resort sits in the Dixie National Forest, where vivid orange sandstone pinnacles jut dizzily from pine-green valleys. Head to the nearby Cedar Breaks National Monument and you'll see scenery good enough to eat. Creamy white rock wedges are layered cake-like between ruby-red beds. Once you've had your fill of scenic splendor, Cedar City is only an hour's drive from most Brian Head vacation rentals. Get a cultural high here, courtesy of the Adams Shakespearean Theater or the Southern Utah Museum of Art.

Summer or winter? A win-win in Brian Head

Being perched so high on the mountainous Markagunt Plateau, those pretty Brian Head cabins get the best of both worlds. In winter, that extra height helps makes this one of the snowiest place in the U.S.A. 30 feet of sublime powder snow annually, anyone? In the summer months, as the clouds clear, you'll find the temperatures are knocked back to a pleasant 60-70°F, thanks to the cooling mountain breezes. Perfect for all those mountain bikers, climbers, and hikers pushing the limits in this Utah playground.

Brian Head—the ultimate Utah wilds

The resort sits in the shadow of the 11,000-foot Brian Head Peak, and The Markagunt Plateau it sits on ranges from 9,000-10,000 feet around the resort. All around is a vista of pine-clad ridges, brightly colored rock spires, and tumbling glassy streams. That's if the whole lot hasn't been plastered by the winter's snows. Whatever the season, though, in a landscape this pristine you're in with a good chance of spotting wildlife. Elk, mountain lion, and black bear may be the first prize, but pikas, marmots, or badgers are no small consolation.