9:00 - 6.1 miles / 12 minutes - 9:12
Hidden Haven Trail
With a trail head adjacent to Utah’s Patchwork Parkway, Hidden Haven provides year-round educational and recreational opportunities. During the winter months, the waterfall freezes over, creating an exciting challenge for ice-climbers.
The Hidden Haven Trail winds through an interpretive natural area, then traverses a granite rock fall to a waterfall. Use care the last 100 feet due to the uneven surface where the trail is not established.
10:42 - 7.0 miles / 14 minutes - 10:56
Brian Head Ski Resort
Brian Head Resort boasts plenty of excellent powder skiing with plenty abundant snowfall of its own from Mother Nature. Rising from
9,600 to 11,307 feet above sea level, Brian Head is the highest ski resort in Utah.
The ski area has eight lifts that can accommodate more than 10,000 skiers per hour. The resort’s 53 trails, chutes and bowls offer terrain for all skiing abilities.
Snowboarders are welcome at Brian Head and the snowboard park features a variety of pipes, jumps and slides. Skiers and snowboarders who want to enjoy the highest elevations can take a snow cat to the top of Brian Head.
A tubing hill and night skiing are offered; ski lessons and child care services are available. You can don a pair of cross
country skis or rent a snowmobile to take you to the scenic overlooks of nearby Cedar Breaks National Monument.
12:56 - 35.1 miles / an hour 10 minutes - 14:06
Scenic Byway 143 - Utah's Patchwork Parkway - end