Summer Fun at Cedar Breaks Lodge & Spa
By the numbers, the summer season in Brian Head is every bit as adventurous as the more popular winter season. Over 10,000 ft. above sea-level, with over 200 miles of downhill, single track and cross country trekking, spread over 15 trails; 5 highly acclaimed national parks within an hour drive of Cedar Breaks Lodge & Spa; 20 reservoirs, 9 natural lakes and 10 smaller creeks and rivers, all open and stocked for fishing. There’s a wealth of exploration to do in and around the small community of Brian Head. Archery, mountain biking, scenic lifts, rock climbing, tubing—a Brian Head vacation is whatever you make of it, all in one of the nation’s premiere outdoor vacation spots!
Utah National Parks and Outdoor Activities
Despite the small permanent population, there’s more to Brian Head than the great outdoors. Art classes offered by Brian Head Vacation Rentals run the gamut of silver clay and fiber sculpting to watercolors and glass blowing. Whether you’re planning an epic family vacation, a group retreat, or a romantic getaway for two—Brian Head has something for all ages and appetites.
- Scenic Lift Rides
- Cliff Hanger Climbing Wall
- Avalanche Tubing
- Ridge Runner Zip Line
- Hiking @ Cedar Breaks National Monument
- Peak Shot Bungee Trampoline
- Disc Golf
- Outfitters & Gear Rental
- Fishing at Bristlecone Pond
- Kayaking at Bristlecone Pond
- ATV Tours
- Paint Ball
- Wagon Rides
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