Brian Head Peak

Brian Head Peak

Peak

Peak

Brian Head Peak sits at 11,312 feet, and is the highest point in both Iron County and southwestern Utah. The peak can be driven to during the summer, and the local ski resort can drop you off for a back-country ski run during winter. The town of Brian head as well as the Brian Head ski resort sit at the base of the peak.

 
Elevation Range:   11307 ft
Low Elevation:   11307 ft
High Elevation:   11307 ft
Distance:   0.0 miles
Area:   Cedar Mountain
Cost:   Free
Rating:    (3.5)
Aerobic Intensity:    (1.0)
Technical Difficulty:    (1.0)
Scenery:    (3.0)
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Last Edited: Oct 03, 2016

 Guide

Brian head peak is a great stopping point if you are already in the area of Duck Creek Village, the town of Brian Head, or Cedar Breaks. You can drive right up to the summit and see the sights.

There are several bike trails that depart from this peak and go in different directions.    

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 Getting There

  1. From Cedar City, UT, take Hwy 14 East
  2. Drive up the canyon for 17.9 Miles
  3. Turn left onto Hwy UT-148, with signs for Brian Head and Cedar Breaks
  4. Drive North for 10 miles (continuing when the highway becomes UT-143
  5. At the sign, turn right for Brian Head Peak
  6. After 2.7 miles the road will terminate at the peak

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