Directions - Navajo Ski Lodge, Brianhead Ski Resort, near Cedar City
Cost - $TBD Day ski pass ($60-80)
Beginner Downhill and Snowboarding Clinics for one hour, then ski/snowboard on your own for the day!
Beginners - Magic Carpet/Pioneer Lift/Navajo Express Lifts
Lesson - Magic Carpet/Pioneer Lift - "First Time" Green Run and "You're Ready"
Ski/Board on your own - Navajo Express Lift - "Paradise", "Navajo", "Maryland Parkway" - Green Runs
Intermediate - Wildflower/Giant Steps Express Lifts
Lesson - Navajo Express Lift - "Maryland Parkway", "Paradise"
Wildflower Chairlift - "Kodechrome" x2, come back to lodge by taking
Wildflower lift to Navajo Loop to Brave to Navajo Lodge.
Ski/Board on your own - Giant Steps Express Lift (Brianhead Shuttle or ski
down from top of Navajo Express Lift)
Gear - Downhill skis/boots/poles or snowboard and boots, helmet, (NO COTTON) thermal top and bottom, wool socks or just not cotton socks, snow pants, long sleeve fleece, down or puffy coat, light waterproof jacket, gloves, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, 2 snacks in your coat, packed lunch, water bottles (in car), backpack (if you want to carry stuff on the mountain).
Rentals (on your own) -
Downhill ski package - includes skis, poles, boots: $18 (UVU Outdoor Adventure Center - includes helmet); $20 (BYU Outdoors Unltd)
Snowboard: $20 (UVU Outdoor adventure Center includes helmet) $20 (BYU Outdoors unltd - no helmet)
Helmet - $6 (BYU Outdoors Unltd)
Leave Utah County - 7am
Resort - 10 am
Lesson - 1030-1130 am
Lunch - noon-1pm (can bring your own or buy there at Navajo Lodge)
Ski/board - 1-4pm
Dinner in Parawan (Parawan Cafe- famous Cinnamon Rolls) - 5pm
Optional Night Skiing/Snowboarding - 4-9pm
Home around 8-9pm
Training Videos -
Ski Training Videos:
FIRST TIME BEGINNERS - “Elate Media Ski School” 1.1-1.4, ski stance, getting up after a fall, how to use chair lifts