Southern Utah is full of incredible adventures. Whether you love to ski, snowboard, hike, bike, climb, or snowmobile, you’ll find it here in the vast southern region of the Beehive State. With terrains ranging from flat valleys to rocky mountain peaks and everything in between, there is just about any type of outdoor activity imaginable in our beautiful region. For those wanting to experience an adrenaline pumping bike ride with scenic views, the Brian Head Mountain Bike Shuttle will help you out. This convenient service takes you to any of the three popular trails in the area, where you can let loose as you ride through the beautiful Southern Utah wilderness. Do you want a complete list of outdoor adventures, sights, and attractions in our area? Request our free Vacation Guide! It’s full of local tips and insider information that makes planning your experience a breeze!
Important Brian Head Mountain Bike Shuttle Information
The Brian Head Mountain Bike Shuttle provides charter transportation to Blowhard Mountain Trail, Dark Hollow Trail, and Bunker Creek Trail. Prices vary depending on your location and whether or not you need round-trip service.
Call 435-590-1473 to reserve your seat!
Which Trail Will You Choose?
Bunker Creek Trail
Bunker Creek Trail sits between Brian Head and Panguitch Lake, and it has the lowest difficulty score of the three big mountain biking courses in the area. This trail is still for intermediate-level bikers that have some plenty of biking miles under their belts. It begins on Brian Head Peak and takes you for an epic downhill journey to Panguitch Lake. Overall, you’ll see stunning 360-degree views for miles around you.
Blowhard Mountain Trail
Take the Brian Head Mountain Bike Shuttle to this trail located just south of Cedar Breaks National Monument. Blowhard Mountain Trail is an advanced and technical downhill course that drops over 3,300 vertical feet for over seven miles. Plenty of challenges obstacles and steep portions of the trail are very tricky, so only experienced riders should consider tackling this.
Dark Hollow Trail
The Dark Hollow Trail is another technical-advanced downhill run that descends over 5,300 feet from Brian Head to Parowan. Steep drops and rough, embedded rocks make this a tricky trail, even for experienced riders. It’s about a 16-mile journey if you count the four miles of paved road that leads you into town.
Tip: A forest fire in 2017 devasted much of the tree growth in the area, closing down the Dark Hollow Trail. Check with local shops or Brian Head Resort to see if the trail is open during your visit.
Take the Brian Head Mountain Bike Shuttle to and from your Family Time Vacation Rentals property for a fun-filled day of adventure in Southern Utah’s gorgeous wilderness. We have a variety of properties located in Brian Head, Duck Creek Village, and Panguitch so you can choose which area is closest to your favorite attractions! Most houses sit within about a 25-minute radius from one another, so you’re never too far from the best national parks, monuments, and outdoor attractions in Southern Utah! You’ll have opportunities to fish, hike, and explore to your heart’s content
Southern Utah is the ultimate vacation spot for families looking to try something different this year! Why not come out and spend your time with us? Book your vacation rental today! We can’t wait to meet you!