Brian Head Peak, at 11,312 feet (3,448 m) high is the highest peak on the Markagunt Plateau and in Iron County in southwestern Utah. Brian Head Peak is located east of Cedar City and just north of Cedar Breaks National Monument in Dixie National Forest. The town of Brian Head at the western base of the mountain is the location of the Brian Head Ski Resort.
Brian Head has the name of a government surveyor. There is a Forest Service lookout on the peak that was built in 1934-1935, and there is also a road to the summit that can be driven in summer.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Brian Head is
# 53 out of 5677 in the Colorado Plateau # 94 out of 3409 in Utah # 1 out of 157 in Iron County # 1 out of 162 in Dixie National Forest
By prominence Brian Head is
# 15 out of 5677 in the Colorado Plateau # 18 out of 3409 in Utah # 1 out of 157 in Iron County # 1 out of 162 in Dixie National Forest
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