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Best things to do in Brian Head

Lodging
“Good for winter sports when they have snow. during the summer there are great trails and Frisbee golf ”
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Restaurante
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“Who doesn't need pizza after a long day of sightseeing!? They also deliver. Magnet is on the fridge with the info!”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“Located just as you enter the city limits of Brian Head (coming up the mountain from Parowan), Apple Annie's is a quaint little store for food items, wine, beer and souvenirs. There is even a resident deer that hangs around begging for food! P.S. - They have AWESOME fresh baked bread!!! I am obsessed with the whole wheat!”
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Resort
“There is also a little coffee shop in the lobby area that serves cappuccinos, breakfast sammies, doughnuts...”
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Restaurante tai
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“Our family loves the down-to-earth atmosphere and fantastic Thai cooking at this family-run business. Fast, friendly service and right by the slopes!”
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Tienda de comestibles
“This charming store is right by the slopes and has a little bit of everything- but the Berry Pie is to die for! Make sure you get vanilla ice cream to go with it! You won’t be disappointed! ”
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Campground
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Bar
“The best place to Apres' Ski in Brian Head, UT! Gets crowded so make your way to the bar for a place to sit prior to 3:30PM on weekends. They do occasionally have a band...service can be slow...You're on Mountain Time!”
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Natural Feature
“Our peak has the best view around at 11,307 ft. From the top, one can see into neighboring states such as Arizona and Nevada. The stone hut on the very tip of the peak was built between 1935-1937 by the Civilian Conservation Corps; ever since its construction, it has become an icon on the peak. It not only provides a taste of Brian Head's past, but also a breathtaking view. (Literally, breath taking since it is so high in elevation). Just before reaching the peak, you'll see the Sydney Peak Trailhead, which is the jumping off point for several of the hiking and mountain biking trails in Dixie National Forest, including Dark Hollow, Bunker Creek, Sydney Peaks, Spruces, and Mace's Run. Restrooms are located at the trailhead. *Note: The road to the summit is accessible in the summer and fall seasons only. ”
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Restaurante
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Travel Agency
“We have never rented from here but if you want to snowmobile this is where you'd rent.”
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Point of Interest
“We are 0.04 miles from Giant Steps Ski lodge. You can ride one of the free shuttles that run all day to the lodge.”
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Bicycle Store
“Skis & Poles •Snowboards •Clothing & Boots •Snowshoes •Helmets •XC Skis •Sleds •Mountain Bikes •Kayaks •Paddleboards ”
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Store
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Point of Interest
“Nice little bar and grill slope side! The owner does a Friday and Saturday BBQ. While it does get busy, the BBQ is really good! They also frequently have live music.”
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Ski Area
“Perfect place: snowmobile, ski, snowshoe, mountain biking, snowboarding, tubing, hiking, farmers market, zip-line, chairlift rides, disc golf, bungee trampoline, alpine tubing, snowmobiling and much more”
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