- Dec. 19, 2012 - Cedar City-Brian Head Tourism Bureau
(http://www.scenicsouthernutah.com/)CONTACT: Bonnie Char
TEL: 435-586-5124 , ext. 15
Brian Head, Utah—Time is ticking closer to the dreaded Mayan doomsday, and scenic southern Utah is getting one last ski run in before the end of the world. Brian Head Resort’s “Apocalypse Party” (http://www.brianhead.com/
event10) will take place on December 21 at 6pm at the Navajo Lodge.
Food,drinks and music will be present for the end of the world as well as night skiing and snowboarding. Partygoers wearing apocalypse-themed costumes, including zombies, can get a discount on night lift tickets. Full day adult lift tickets are only $56 for the holiday season.
Brian Head Resort (http://www.brianhead.com/winter
) Brian Head Resort, a year-round mountain resort destination in Southwestern Utah’s Dixie National Forest, offers world class affordable skiing and snowboarding during the winter season. The resort offers Utah’s highest base elevation, with nine lifts serving 65 trails on 650 acres of skiable terrain spread across two peaks. Brian Head is just 45 minutes from Cedar City and I-15, just a three hour drive from Las Vegas and within a day’s drive from major cities in California, Utah, Nevada, and Colorado. Situated among the stunning red rock vistas of Southern Utah, Brian Head offers the same great powder skiing that has made Utah ski resorts world famous, but with half the lift ticket price and none of the crowds. For more information visit http://www.brianhead.com/
winter or http://www.scenicsouthernutah.com/