Brighton Mountain Ski Resort

Brighton Mountain in Utah is a favorite amongst skiiers of all ages. With an average of 500 inches of light, fluffy snow each winter, the mountain is a lot like heaven for those who love to ski. Since Brighton is located in a pathway of winter storms and sits at the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon, the snowfall is great and plenty for all to enjoy.

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Brighton Resort is a great place to stay if you want to plan a ski trip on the mountain. The resort has access to 100% of Brighton’s terrain by five high speed quads. Along with 1,875 vertical feet dedicated to the wonders of Utah skiing, Brighton Resort also has 1,050 acre of trip and magic carpet service. You can also find day lodges, rentals, a ski and snowboarding school, lockers, cafeterias, a pub, and bus transportation to the downtown Salt Lake City area as part of the resort’s amenities.

In order to maintain safety precautions and offer its guests the best quality ski and snowboard trails, Bright Resort’s grooming is consistently top quality. Beginner, intermediate, and expert trails are all groomed as needed and if you’re ever wondering how your trail looks for the day, a grooming report is posted daily, which details the conditions of each trail.

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Jack Ryger skiing on Brighton Mountain in Utah

In addition, Brighton Resort has terrain parks, which are great for those who enjoy freestyle riding and skiing. There are four terrain parks available for every ability level, and with a supreme terrain park crew, the parks’ features move and improve as often as possible.

Brighton Resort offers hours of operation all seven days of the week from the middle of November through mid-April. In addition to the daily hours of operation for 9 am to 4pm, the resort offers night skiing from 4pm until 9pm every day except for sunday from December until March. So if you want to get the most out of your ski vacation, Brighton Resort is undoubtedly the place for you.

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For more information about Brighton Resort and the Brighton Mountain, please visit their website here. Happy skiing!

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