The condo was perfect, cozy and comfortable in every way. Thanks for the ski passes - we had a wonderful time!
Patti C, Henderson NV
Brian Head, UT (PRWEB) January 11, 2012
Ski season is in full swing in Brian Head, Utah. There's a two foot base and more snow is expected this week. Eight of nine chairlifts are open and the conditions are excellent.
But the price of lift tickets continues to soar each year it seems. Brian Head Ski Resort charges $49 per adult lift ticket which jumps to $56 on holidays. Seniors and children are $35 and up to $40 on holidays.
This means for a family of four, lift tickets for just two days non-holiday cost a whopping $336! In an anemic economy it's easy to see why the slopes aren't crowded in Brian Head.
To combat expensive lift ticket prices and draw skiers and snowboarders from all over the southwest, RentBrianHead.com condo rentals has just announced they are offering two fully transferable passes for each two night minimum stay. The passes are daily use and can be used by both adults, children and seniors during their stay.
The two free ski passes saves their renters almost $100 per day in lift ticket charges.
If you're looking at places to stay in Brian Head, look no further than RentBrianHead.com. They're family owned and operated and take every little detail in the highest regard.
For southwest skiing, boarding, tubing and other winter activities it's hard to beat the beauty and quaintness of Brian Head, Utah. Don't have the proper clothing or equipment? George's Ski Shop has everything you need and great rental rates. Want to know where to eat? The Pizano's Italian Eatery has amazing pizza and a great sports atmosphere. Brian Head truly has all of the amenities you'd expect but maintains the cozy small town feel visitors have come to love.
There's no point in paying for lift tickets when you can ski for free. If you're planning a family vacation to the snow, get free Brian Head ski passes by renting through RentBrianHead.com now. Enjoy the winter, because before you know it the snow will be gone.