Things To Do
Winter Fun at Cedar Breaks Lodge & Spa
Skiing, snowboarding and tubing, oh my! Enjoy winter activities in Brian Head, Utah.
After a long day on the slopes, our spa at Cedar Breaks Lodge & Spa will be waiting to pamper you and provide the ultimate sanctuary for serenity. There’s no better way to spend the next few chilly months than skiing during the day, and warming up by the cozy fire at night. Whether you choose to sip hot cocoa all day or go after the world record of building the largest army of snowmen, Cedar Breaks Lodge & Spa is here to make your winter wonderland a reality.
Clear your calendar and reserve your Cedar Breaks Lodge & Spa villa to enjoy just a few of the Brian Head, Utah winter activities below:
Brian Head Resort Snowboarding and Skiing
Opens November 18
Brian Head Resort has some of the greatest snow on earth, and offers an annual snowfall of over 360 inches. With over 650 acres, Brian Head Resort has 71 different runs to choose from!
Horse Drawn Sleigh and Carriage Rides
Sleigh bells ring in Brian Head, Utah. Get in the holiday spirit and go dashing through the snow in a horse-drawn sleigh or carriage ride! Our friends at Winter Hawk Trail Rides will spread holiday cheer by singing carols while you ride.
Ice Fishing Panguitch Lake
If you’re looking for a new winter activity, why not give ice fishing a shot? A quick 30 minutes from Cedar Breaks Lodge & Spa, you’ll find Panguitch Lake in the heart of Dixie National Forest. Although Panguitch Lake is open year round, it is most famously know for ice fishing. Be sure to check the ice thickness and conditions before venturing out.
Snow-Tubing Brian Head Resort
Sliding down the snow isn’t just for skiers and snowboarders. Tubing is the new sledding, only easier, and with no-skills required; although if you have some skills, we would love to see them! Enjoy the thrill of zooming down the mountain with the wind in your face. Packed with excitement and adventure, tubing is perfect for everyone in the family.
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