Brighton Ski Resort Overview
Selling fun to families since 1936, Brighton Ski Resort is one of the oldest skiing/boarding resorts in the country. But old doesn't mean outdated; Brighton is one of the most diverse and modern areas in all of Utah! Local Utahns have voted Brighton as the #1 resort for "Child/Family Friendly Terrain" and as the "Best Value," for over 6 years in a row! For the 2007/2008 season Brighton replace the old Millicent and Evergreen chair lifts with a new $4.2 million doppelmayr CTEC detachable quad. The Lift will be 3,920 ft long with a vertical rise of 1,110 feet. When the lift is finished, Brighton will be unique in that 100% of its terrain will be accessible from high-speed lifts.
Brighton offers an acclaimed ski and snowboard school, night skiing, and a host of other activities. In addition, there are excellent options for lodging and dining.
With a wide range of terrain, Brighton is a winter haven of fun. Skiers and boarders virtually have unlimited access to some of the best backcountry in Utah. Lifts, via an open boundary policy, provide this unique opportunity to alpine enthusiasts throughout two mountains. Affordable lodging is available at the Brighton Lodge, and ski and snowboard rentals are located conveniently at the Brighton Center. A reasonably priced cafeteria style dining is available at The Alpine Rose. Molly Green's, a private club for members, offers delicious table service lunches, dinners, and lively après activity.
Brighton is located at the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon, only 35 minutes southeast of downtown Salt Lake City (35 miles from Salt Lake International Airport.)
At a Glance
Adult Day Pass $64
• Youth (8-12) Day $31
• Kids 7 and younger Free
• Senior (70+) $41
• Skiable Acres: 1,050
• 500" Average Annual Snowfall
• Terrain: 21% Beg 40% Int 39% Adv
• Lifts: 5 Quads, 1 Triple, 1 magic carpet
• Open 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
• Night Skiing (4 pm - 9 pm)
• Adult Night Pass $36
• Located in Big Cottonwood Canyon, 35 minutes from Salt Lake and 45 mins from Park City