Cozy Luxurious Rental with Private Deck near Ski Slopes in Brian Head, UtahBrian Head, Utah (United States)
Cozy Luxurious Rental with Private Deck near Ski Slopes in Brian Head, Utah
Go skiing in Utah! Check out this vacation rental in Brian Head for the best Utah ski vacation
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- Private Barbecue
In the living room, guests will find two comfy sofas, a wood fireplace, a coffee table, end tables, a TV, a DVD Player, a VCR, and a PlayStation 2. The fully equipped kitchen comes with a refrigerator, a stove, a microwave, a toaster oven, a coffeemaker, a dishwasher, plates and dishes, a dining table, six dining chairs, and a breakfast bar with four stools. Other amenities include WiFi and a washer and dryer.
Outside, there is a gas grill and a private deck.
- Linens and pillows
- Washing machine
- Cooking basics
- Private Barbecue
- BR/DVD player
- Video games
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This property is located just minutes away from Dixie National Forest, where guests can explore hiking trails, hundreds of fishing lakes, and Boulder Mountain, one of the largest high-elevation plateaus in the United States. With nearly two million acres to explore, there is no shortage of recreational activities, including hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, and horseback riding. The Bristlecone Pine Trail meanders through the Cedar City Range District and provides excellent views of the sparkling Virgin River and the multi-colored canyons of Zion National Park. For day trips, Dixie National Park also boasts breathtaking views of Hell’s Backbone Bridge and Death Hallow. From the top of Powell Point, visitors can even see panoramic views of three different states!
Cedar Breaks National Monument is also located just minutes away where guests can enjoy second-to-none views of the coliseum-like canyon. The red, purple, and yellow stones and lush meadows make this area especially scenic. Visitors can leisurely wander along the Alpine Pond Trail or the Spectra Point Trail and enjoy reconnecting with nature.
30 miles away, Cedar City, also known as Festival City USA, is an exciting town which hosts 17 major events annually including the Utah Summer Games. In downtown Cedar City, guests can find charming local shops, a thriving culinary scene, art galleries and museums, and the only winery in southern Utah, IG Winery. On the outskirts of Cedar City guests can also find hiking trails through the Old Iron Town ruins, the scenic Patchwork Parkway which runs through a variety of landscapes and geological landmarks, and even Native American rock carvings at Parowan Gap.
With the Brian Head Ski Resort in this luxurious cabin’s backyard and many natural wonders to explore within driving distance, this vacation spot is perfect for year-round adventure and excitement.
- Winter sports
- Horseback riding
In the winter, this vacation spot turns into a magical winter wonderland with fresh snow covering the mountain peaks and providing a thrilling ski resort experience. The 70 ski runs range in difficulty from easiest to most difficult and allow guests to have fun regardless of their skill level. Guests can also opt for snowboarding or tubing for more exhilarating ways of experiencing the slopes. After a long day skiing or playing in the snow, guests can grab a bite to eat and warm up at the Navajo Café or Giant Steps Café located in each of the lodges.
With the Dixie National Forest and Cedar Breaks National Monument just minutes away, guests can get their outdoor fix with miles of hiking trails, fully-stocked fishing lakes, photo-worthy views, and a multitude of camping sites. In this area, there is a remarkable view around every bend, and guests can experience a variety of southern Utah’s natural wonders and adventures. Dixie National Forest also allows snowshoeing and snowmobiling for a quicker way of getting around and exploring the park.
In Cedar City, guests can go shopping, visit museums or art galleries, play a round of golf at Cedar Ridge Golf Course, have a picnic in one of the town parks, or take in the rich history of this historical town. The restaurants in Cedar City feature a scrumptious urban cuisine, and the local bars and pubs make for an entertaining night out. From Cedar City, guests can take a scenic drive along the outskirts, visit one of the many nearby recreation areas, or continue exploring the geological phenomena and nearby national parks and forests. With the lack of light pollution in Iron County, guests looking for a laid-back night can also stargaze at one of my most spectacular views of the night sky in the United States.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge