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ABOUT ASPEN MEADOWS
Aspen Meadows, a master-planned ski-in, ski-out mountain resort community located just under the highest peak, at 11,312’ (Brian Head Peak), based in Iron County and Brian Head, Utah, is a special collection of lands that occupies an area of remarkable natural beauty and local historical reference. With its magnificent forests of aspen and fir, spacious mountain meadows, and breathtaking views, Aspen Meadows is unique to Brian Head and the Markagunt Plateau mountain ranges.
For generations, this stunning alpine terrain was home to many pioneer cabins first established as a result of the Federal Homestead Act of 1862, signed by President Abraham Lincoln, granting Americans up to 160-acre plots of public land, expanding the western territories. These first residents who settled the upper mountain regions of Iron County within and surrounding Aspen Meadows included such prominent local family names such as “Burton, Lyman, and Adams,” as well as many others.
Of the Mountain
Alpine lands with a unique soul, sights, and solitude, never before seen by most visitors to this region of southern Utah previously and destined to grow the skiable acres of the Brian Head Resort from 650 skiable acres to just over 1,500 skiable acres and provide the greater Brian Head community and visitors, the addition of new ski lifts, ski trails, and snowmaking, servicing the expanded terrain.
The project is envisioned as a legacy, multi-decade, master-planned mountain resort and residential neighborhood development that occupies nearly 2,000 acres. A thoughtfully designed ski-in, ski-out community comprised of residential, commercial, recreational, resort and civic uses.
Established in 2022, Aspen Meadows is best known for its large open spaces, mature aspen and fir tree stands, rolling benches, open alpine meadows, high-altitude ski terrain, and summer grazing grounds. Its alpine lands are found to be especially ideal for skiing and riding with its combination of north-facing and northwest-facing slope aspects, excellent for snow retention, minimal wind scour, and minimal to late afternoon sun exposure.
Plans include expanding summer and winter activities for the avid outdoor enthusiast and residents alike. Sustainable growth will come through a passion for thoughtful design, purposeful re-use of the native materials on the land, and long-term investment placed in additional ski lifts, ski trail expansion, resort connectivity to Brian Head Resort, increased snowmaking capacity, hiking, and biking trails, alpine ski villages, and security-inspired gated neighborhoods comprising custom luxury mountain homes, stunning homesites, mountain cottages, townhomes, condominiums, hotels, inns, planned unit developments, and ranches.