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Celebrate the Fourth of July Brian Head Style

Posted by Scott on June 29, 2010

If you’ve never experienced a Brian Head 4th of July celebration, then now’s the time to make plans for a wonderful treat!

Events get underway with the Brian Head Fire Department hosting their annual Pancake Breakfast July 3, from 7:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Start your day off right with a hearty breakfast of flapjacks and maple syrup outside the Giant Steps Lodge.  After breakfast, head on over to the Brian Head Town Mall between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. for the annual Arts and Crafts Festival, where vendors showcase a variety of goods.  Following your leisurely browse, there are plenty of trails to hike and bike, fish to be caught, ATV paths to be explored, disc golf games to be played, and cool mountain air to enjoy. 

During the day, be sure to take a few minutes to check out some of the affordable properties and building lots for sale in Brian Head.

89 S Bear Flat Rd #2A is a$57,000 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom Condo. This wonderful residence in Brian Head Town is only minutes away from the ski slopes. The condo features new flooring, a fireplace, a large kitchen, and open family room area.  All appliances are included in the sale.  Condo owners have access to underground parking for a vehicle or ATV.  This condo is in great condition and would make a nice second home, private retreat, or rental unit. 

89 S Bear Flat Rd #2A

83 S Rue Jolley priced to sell at 59,000  and is a 0.34 Acre FORECLOSURE Building Lot in the Brian Head I Subdivision. The property is in a great location and is zoned R-3 for your high density development. Lot is on flat terrain with a gradual slope.  Vegetation includes trees, natural grass, pines, and aspens.

83 S. Rue Jolley

Sunday, the Arts and Crafts Festival continues and the Red, White, and Blue concert kicks off at 2 p.m. around the Brian Head Town Park area. Enjoy smores, great music, and fun around the bonfire.  As dark approaches, the amazing Brian Head fireworks shower to life with a beautiful display of lights and traditional 4th of July snaps, crackles, and pops. 

Come see why Fourth of July’s just don’t get any better than this!


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Brian Head Beauty – Loaded With Extras

Posted by Scott on June 24, 2010

275 N Aoki Michi

Be the first to learn about this newly listed 5 Bedroom, 4 Full Bathroom, 3,805 sq. ft., three-story mountain cabin with all the extras.  This beautiful home has been remodeled throughout, is tastefully furnished, and features  a security system, new energy efficiency windows and a new ultra-efficient gas furnace.  Enjoy spectacular views, a large great room, an open kitchen, 3 stone fireplaces, and covered patios and decks with Brian Head Resort ski-run views.   Appliances included in the sale are a dishwasher, refrigerator, range, washer, dryer, microwave, and garbage disposal.  There is a new asphalt circular driveway, a play yard for your family, a hot tub, and a ski/mud room.  The cabin sits on Brian Head I Subdivision Lot 5.  Lot 6 is also included in the sales price for a total of 1.3 acres.  Property includes a 600 sq. ft. heated basement/workshop and a detached 250 sq. ft. ATV garage.  Price at $479,000, 275 N Aoki Michi is perfect for your recreation and vacation get-a-way needs and as a potential rental investment property.  Come take a look at this Brian Head beauty and consider the endless possibilities!

Contact Scott for additional information or to schedule at showing         (435) 590-7106.

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Perfect Condo For All 4 Seasons

Posted by Scott on May 26, 2010

407 S. Vasels Rd. #25

Be the first to get the scoop on this new listing!  Located at 407 South Vasels Road, Unit #25 is a 3 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom, 2 Car Garage Contemporary Style Condo in Giant Steps of Brian Head. This 1,300 Sq Ft.Condo is in Great Condition and features close proximity to the Brian Head Resort ski lifts. Enjoy beautiful views, the ability to ski – in and ski – out of this unit, and relaxation on your own covered deck.  Condo has been partially upadated with new stainless steel appliances.  Appliances include a dishwasher, garbage disposal, refrigerator, complete range, and microwave oven.  All furniture is included in the sale. Personal items are excluded. HOA dues cover cable TV, water, sewer, garbage, ext. liability insurance, club house access and maintenance, and snow removal.  Ownership of a wonderful recreation retreat awaits you!  Listing price is $199,900.

Call Scott at (435) 590-7106 for additional information and to schedule a showing.

View of Main Room with Fire Place

Kitchen and Dining Room

One of Three Bedrooms

Second Bedroom

Bedroom Three

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2.05 Acre Building Lot With Gorgeous Views

Posted by Scott on May 18, 2010

Look at these views! Enjoy ownership of this nice, large 2.05 Acre building lot in the Cedar Highlands Subdivision of Cedar City, Utah.  This building lot, located at 2371 South Mountain View Drive, is one of the highest lots on the mountain and is perfect for your new home. Lot has two access roads. Utilities to the lot include a community well, electricity, natural gas, and a septic tank system.  Lot terrain is steep, hilly, and mountain with sage brush and weed vegetation.  Tranquil life in the mountains with quick access to all the services of Cedar City await you.

Contact Scott at 435-590-7106 for more information.

2371 S. Mountain View Dr., Cedar City, UT

Access Road and Lot Shot From a Distance

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Winter Hike, Snowshoe and Cross Country Ski Event

Posted by Scott on February 18, 2010

On Saturday, March 6, 2010 the public is invited to Cedar Breaks National Monument Yurt Open House. Bring the family, a lunch, and a smile for a day of Cross Country Skiing, and Snowshoeing, or hiking fun.

Come join park rangers Paul Roelandt and Teri Saa and cross-country ski or snowshoe approximately 1 mile to a yurt which serves as the winte ranger station for Cedar Breaks National Monument. At the yurt, we will get warm, have lunch, and some hot chocolate or apple cider than ski or hike out. The roundtrip is approximately 2 miles.

Though this is Not a difficult route, a beginner’s knowledge is required of how to use cross-country ski’s or snowshoes, unless you choose to just hike. The terrain is snowy and hilly with an elevation gain of less than 300 feet. We will ski or hike alongside a groomed snowmobile trail and will be skiing about an hour each way.

What to bring? Bring a lunch and a small day pack. A wind-proof outer-layer (jacket and pants) and 2-3 insulating layers for keeping warm. Mittens/gloves, a wool  or fleece hat, and sturdy hiking shoes or ski boots that are waterproof are recommended as well as a personal first aid kit, sunscreen, sunglasses, at least 2 quarts of water and snacks. Once we arrive at the yurt, there is a wood stove to get warm by and hot chocolate or apple cider will be provided.

Meet us at 9 am at the Main Street Park Pavilion (Main Street and 200 S). Car pools will be arranged, or you can caravan up and back with our own vehicle. We will be back in Cedar City by 4:30 pm.

Cross country ski’s or snowshoes are not required for this event, but if you wish, they can be rented at George’s Ski Shop in Brian Head.

Note: Event Depends Upon Good Snow Conditions and Weather. Based upon weather forecasts for Saturday, this event will be confirmed or cancelled by noon on Friday, March 5th. Call the Cedar Breaks administrative office at 435-586-9451 ext. 0 for more information and to confirm conditions are OK to hold the event no later 4 pm on Friday, March 5th.

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Southern Utah Fun

Posted by Scott on June 18, 2009

Just a reminder about the next “Insider Scoop” – Mini FAM Tour Series beginning next week 6/23, (see the attached invitation).  Please RSVP, we’ll have a wonderful time.  Also, I will forward an invitation to High Tea (Monday June, 22, 2009) next week at the Bard Food and Drink Establishment.  High Tea at the Bard is another great event to recommend to your guests during the summer, but this one is special because your donation goes to a great cause.

Any questions, feel free to contact me.

Best regards

Bonnie Char
Public Relations Specialist
Cedar City ~ Brian Head Tourism Bureau
581 North Main Street
Cedar City, UT 84721
(435) 586-5127

Insiders Flier

Insiders Flier

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Cedar Breaks 75th Anniversary Events

Posted by Scott on August 21, 2008

We hope you are planning to join us this Friday and Saturday, August 22 and 23rd, for the many special events and activities planned for celebrating 75 years of Cedar Breaks National Monument!
Here is the latest on what we have planned;

Friday, August 22:
The dinner event is still on track for this Friday from 6 to 9 pm at Iron Mission State Park Museum, 635 N. Main Street, Cedar City. If you need directions call them at 435-586-9290. This will be a great
program which includes the “famous” Cedar Breaks Lodge Chicken Dinner. Former employees have been working with the caterer to prepare the meal as close to the original as possible. We will have a premier showing of our new multimedia touch screen exhibit, a “sing-away”  performed by former employees and the Canyon View Madrigals, as well as an opportunity for everyone to share their stories and experiences working and playing at Cedar Breaks.
If you haven’t already, please RSVP to this e-mail or directly to Bonnie at

Saturday, August 23:
For those of you working at other park areas or provide tourist information please pass this along to your information desks so they can provide accurate information about what is going on this weekend to your  visitors and guests.

We will be providing a limited number of seats for special guests for the 10:00 am – Welcome …(a past President is planning to attend!!); the 12:00 Noon release of a rehabilitated golden eagle back in to the wild;
and the 1pm “sing-away” event .. all of which will take place at Point Supreme. Please RSVP if you can.

We are providing shuttle buses for the “History Tours” which will run from 1 to 5pm. We have lined up former lodge employees, Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) experts, former “gear jammers” who drove the Utah Parks Company Buses, archeologists and historians to share their personal insights,
pictures and stories about the places, events and colorful characters that make up the history of Cedar Breaks. Maps will also be provided so you can take the tour in your own vehicle at your own pace.

For the night owls, the Brian Head Chamber is sponsoring a bonfire, sing around the campfire and ranger-led evening program event at the Pavilion in Brian Head. Rroast Marshmallows, eat smore’s. swap stories and sing campfire songs led by guest guitarist Matt Nickerson.

Last but not least, the Las Vegas Astronomical Society is sponsoring a star party, beginning at 10pm at Pt. Supreme. Bring warm clothes and enjoy an amazing evening of star gazing through big telescopes.

We hope you can join us to celebrate 75 years of Cedar Breaks!

Paul Roelandt, Superintendent
Cedar Breaks National Monument
2390 West Hwy 56, Suite #11
Cedar City, Utah 84720
435-586-9451 ext. 21

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Mountain Bike Stage Race – Brian Head

Posted by Scott on August 20, 2008

Brian Head Mountain Biking

Brian Head Mountain Biking

American Mountain Classic (click here to visit their website AMC) Bike Four Day Stage Race is a nationally recognized endurance race and it’s happening right here in Brian Head, Utah this weekend. At a unfamiliar elevation of 10,000 feet, the world’s top riders will be challenged physically. Brian Head is the perfect location for the stage races with terrain and temperature unbeatable. (click here to view race details)

Some of America’s top athletes in all categories and age groups will be competing in this race. According to Tom Speigel, the AMC-Brian Head director, “150 people have already signed up to compete in this race. 25 of them are pro-men racers. 15 are pro-women racers. This is a very good turn out and numbers should double at next years event.” This is a great start to a national and perhaps an international competition. 

Some of America’s top riders will be here including Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski (JHK of Subaru Gary Fisher), Sid Taberley (Sho Air), Jeremiah Bishop (Trek) and Tinker Juarez (Two time Olympian and recently won the Solo 24 Hour World Championship) are some of the top men competitors. Women competitors include Lea Davison and Heather Irmiger. When you come to watch you will not be disappointed with the action.

Tom Speigel - Brian Head

Tom Speigel - Brian Head

Speigel was very pleased to have great sponsors and support. Preparation is a lot of work for his team of about 20 people. Team Sho-Air and Brian Head Ski Resort are the two sponsors for this spectacular event. The winners are competing for up to $20,000 in prizes. “This could be one of the highest paid single events in the nation” said Speigel. All racers will receive a jersey and medals according to their ranking. “We couldn’t do it without our sponsors and we want them to be recognized.”

The favored feature of this event is the location in Brian Head, Utah. Speigel initially wanted to take the event from Cedar City to Moab but the plan didn’t work out. It spread racers out and made transportation more difficult. This made it difficult for amateurs and/or solo racers to participate. “Brian Head helps provide more for racers by allows for more support groups, Brian Head minimizes transportation necessities and has a better terrain” said Speigel. “Besides, Brian Head has excellent world class riding. It’s perfect.”

Brian Head Utah

Brian Head Utah

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Press Release – Cedar Breaks National Monuments

Posted by Scott on August 14, 2008

The Las Vegas Astronomical Society Brings Its “Stars” to Cedar Breaks

Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah. As darkness falls on Cedar Breaks National Monument, a different kind of light illuminates the night sky.
That light, which comes from objects out in space transforms the night from a place of darkness into a place of wonder.

Cedar Breaks National Monument has some of the darkest night skies in the country. As Southwestern Utah grows and develops, “light pollution” in the form of stray artificial light is a growing problem which masks the beauty and intensity of a dark starlit sky. In the high elevation night skies of Cedar Breaks, the stars shine nearly as bright as they did in the time before the invention of the light bulb.

To celebrate and share the beauty of our dark night skies, Cedar Breaks is hosting a special 2-night event during Labor Day weekend.  Members of the Las Vegas Astronomical Society ( will telescope our night skies on Friday, August 29th and Saturday, August 30th beginning at 10 pm on Point Supreme.  These star party experts will illuminate your star viewing and answer questions about your interests in stars, planets, and how to help preserve skies in your neighborhood.  Visitors who own their own telescopes are invited to bring them along.

Dress warmly for the cool night air at this high elevation, and come prepared to enjoy a late night of star gazing at Cedar Breaks!  Cedar Breaks National Monument is located 23 miles east of Cedar City, via Highways 14 and 148. More information is available by contacting Robin Hampton at 435-586-0787 ext. 41 or the Monument’s administrative office at 435-586-9451.

Updated events and activities, program offerings, and other park information are also available for downloading at the Cedar Breaks National Monument website: .

Contact:  Robin Hampton (435) 586-0787 ex.41

National Park Service

National Park Service

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