Jericho Canyon (10/01/2006) A view into Jericho Canyon with Brian Head Peak in the distance.
Brian Head Peak (10/01/2006) A view toward Brian Head Peak from Spectra Point.
Brian Head from the Breaks (10/01/2006) This view from Spectra Point includes Jericho Canyon and the distant peak called Brian Head.
Brian Head Mountain (10/01/2006) This picture from the Alpine Pond trail shows Brian Head and the upper formations of Cedar Breaks. The summit elevation is 11,307 feet (3446 meters).
Stop Brian Head Peak (10/01/2006) A view of Brian Head Peak from the North View viewpoint.
Brian Head 2 (10/01/2006) Looking from Cedar Breaks toward Brian Head Mountain.
Brian Head Road (10/01/2006) This road accesses the Brian Head Viewpoint. I decided to visit the resort before sunset and ended up driving down the canyon.
Welcome Sign (10/01/2006) A welcome sign at Brian Head Resort.
Bristlecone Lodge (10/01/2006) Bristlecone Lodge at Brian Head.
Brian Head Resort (10/01/2006) Condos at Brian Head Resort.
Brian Head Resort (10/01/2006)
Brian Head Resort (10/01/2006) The setting sun on Brian Head Resort.
Setting Sun (10/01/2006) Setting sun on Brian Head Resort.
Layers of Houses (10/01/2006)
Giant Step Lodge (10/01/2006) A lodge at Brian Head Resort.
New Construction (10/01/2006) New Construction at Brian Head Resort.
Brian Head Resort (10/01/2006) Houses lining the hills of Brian Head.
Brian Head is a resort town on the Western edge of the Markagunt Plateau just East of Parowan and Cedar City.
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Cedar Breaks National Monument
(51 pictures) Cedar Breaks National Monument is two miles South of Brian Head Resort.
(30 pictures) The town of Parowan is due east (down an extremely steep canyon) from Parowan.
Cedar City, Utah
(93 pictures) Cedar City is Southeast of Brian Head.
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