Hike the Brian Head Loop Trail

Rate this Adventure 0.2 miles  - Loop Trail

Added by Jean-Claude Linossi

Easy walk on top of Brian Head Peak with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and Cedar Breaks National Monument.

Drive to the peak on county road 47 to the parking area. Hike around the peak and admire the beautiful views of the mountains and the resort below. Be sure to take pictures of the abundant wildflowers around the peak. The drive to the peak is very scenic.

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Photography
Hiking
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Forest
Scenic
Wildflowers

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