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Been interested in taking a drive down there too cuz im on the wasatch back. Ive heard of that place being the spot when SW Flows work their magic but thats all i really know myself, sorry. Not too much info on the terrain.
I made it out there for the first time early last February because it was on my pass last year.
Very cool unique mountain! It doesn't have any crazy knarly steeps/cliffs but there was some cool shit on the souther end to the main side kind of out of bounds. The snow wasn't great when I was there, but everything was open. There are probably a dozen lifts so its pretty big. 2 kind of separated areas of the resort are connected by a bridge over the highway, the west side was beginner newb zone, and the main mtn is on the east side. there were 2 parks that were ok (nothing to impressive). I mostly just found myself lapping the main quad lift (no idea what its called) but it was on the main mountain and you could hit the smaller park.
shitty how the bigger park was located on the easier side of the 2 mountains accessed by possibly the slowest lift.
I'd suggest goin though! I think got a hotel in Beaver Utah for like $40 bucks. You can also check out Eagle Point Resort while you are down there! another unique lil gem. and if you are feeling real froggy trek on down to Lee Canyon resort just north of Las Vegas and hit the Casino themed terrain park!!
Brian Head was my first taste of real Utah pow as a lil guy, will have a soft spot for it forever... poached a spot with a buddy on a church trip with ZERO intention of ever talking about Jesus, snuck out to smoke weed out of an apple and do 14yr old hoodrat shit in middle of nowhere Utah... feel pretty bad for our counselor in retrospect haha.
Mountain itself doesn't have much "extreme" terrain but there's goods to be had, and like above^ mentioned, sometimes A LOT of snow if the storm path hits right. Their park setup is pretty dece from what I've seen in edits the past few years too.