Brian Head Real Estatemaps & weather
This high-altitude city of almost 10,000 ft. is a favorite to many skiers and snowboarders alike, nestled in the heart of Dixie National Forest. Brian Head’s alpine climate sports the perfect dry, powdery snow for anyone who loves to spend their winter days riding down the faces of Brian Head’s two mountains, Giant Steps and Navajo. Brian Head draws in travelers from all over Utah, Nevada, Arizona, and California – and even international travelers as well. Brian Head is close to world-renowned national parks such as Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park, and can be your stop on your way to Arches or the Grand Canyon. Brian Head flaunts mild, green summers that are the perfect escape for those trying to get away from the heat during the hottest months of the year – perfect for hiking, fishing, or biking. Brian Head has many hotels, cabins, and other rental options for vacationing here. This quaint alpine town offers a few local shopping spots for basic grocery needs, like Apple Annie’s and the Brian Head General Store, and is a 45 minute drive from Cedar City, which offers larger shopping spots like Walmart and Walgreens. Local places to eat include the famous Pizano’s Pizzeria, Leany’s Bar and Grill, or Sook Jai Thai Cuisine. Brian Head is a combination of adventure and hometown hospitality that’s hard to find elsewhere. This area is full of beautiful scenery and has a laid-back culture that’s perfect for your next getaway or vacation home.
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This alpine village is surrounded by the Dixie National Forest and is close to countless scenic attractions that are beautiful all year long, including Cedar Breaks National Monument, Aspen Mirror Lake, Navajo Lake, Panguitch Lake, and Bryce Canyon National Park, to name a few.
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Hiking in Duck Creek
Southern Utah is the capital for Utah’s best hiking adventures, and Duck Creek is close to all the action. Cedar Breaks is a half hour drive from Duck Creek, and both the world famous Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park are a one hour drive. Only 20 minutes away is Mammoth Cave, a series of fascinating lava tubes that can be explored with some sturdy hiking shoes and a flashlight. Explore ancient lava fields, hike through high alpine trails surrounded by aspens, and adventure across the outdoors of Southern Utah to enjoy beautiful meadows and wildlife during the summer.