Brighton Resort

Brighton Resort, Utah

Elevation

Base
8754 feet
Base
Summit
10500 feet
Summit
Vertical Drop
1746 feet
Vertical Drop

Lifts

High Speed Quads
3
High Speed Quads
Quad Chair
1
Quad Chair
Triple Chair
1
Triple Chair
Surface Lift
1
Surface Lift

Terrain

Beginner Runs
21 %
Beginner Runs
Intermediate Runs
39 %
Intermediate Runs
Advanced Runs
25 %
Advanced Runs
Expert Runs
15 %
Expert Runs
Total Runs
66
Total Runs
Terrain Parks
1
Terrain Parks
Longest Run
1 mile
Longest Run
Skiable Terrain
1050 acres
Skiable Terrain
Snowmaking Area
200 acres
Snowmaking Area

Opening and closing dates

Season Open Date Close Date
2017/2018 11/21/2017 (estimated) 04/20/2018 (estimated)
2016/2017 11/25/2016 04/23/2017
2015/2016 11/18/2015 04/17/2016
2014/2015 11/18/2014 04/19/2015

Lift ticket and season pass prices

Category Age restrictions Price (USD unless otherwise stated)
Adult 14 - 64 $85
Child 10 & under Free
Season Pass
(Unlimited Pass)
$899

Overall Rating

4.2 / 5 based on 20 reviews
Connor

Brighton is a great resort for the value and is really easy to get to and the terrain comes in all varieties. The option to hike in/out of the resort to unpatrolled backcountry is pretty sweet, but the mountain can be super crowded and overall its pretty small compared to other resorts in the area.

Posted on Nov 23, 2017
Michael Grams

I love Brighton!! Ever since I started skiing!! Amazing snow and the trails are unbelievable!! The park is really sweet too!! Can't wait to go back!! It's been a long time!!

Posted on Nov 21, 2017
Jason Coulson

I love Brighton. Best value and terrain for my hard earned dollar! I buy 10 packs and if I don't use all of them I can take them back before October 1st to get credit for the next seasons pass!

Posted on Nov 17, 2017
Logan Vincent

Went to Brighton for the first time last season and loved it!!! Amazing snow and every run is a blast. Really fun trails through the trees and off the runs. Atmosphere is fun and welcoming and more laid back and friendly than Park City. Will definitely be going back this year.

Posted on Nov 12, 2017
Collin Barrett

Love this place. It great if you love lots of powder and variable terrain. Can't say enough about it. The back country is the best. You can access the canyons and other resorts.

Posted on Nov 08, 2017
Collin Jones

I've only ridden at Brighton a few times, but every time was amazing powder days. Great snow, hardly any lift lines, beautiful glades and some steep stuff made for several great days of riding!!

Posted on Nov 22, 2017
Jade Lawrence

Brighton is my favorite resort in Utah. It truly does have the greatest snow on earth. It is the last resort in Utah that still has a small town/old school vibe. The prices are drastically cheaper than others in the state, but the riding is just as good. This was the first place I ever went, and I learned to board here with my brother and dad. It's a great family resort. They always treat their customers as family.

Posted on Nov 18, 2017
Emilio

I spent season 2016/17 in brigton resort. This may be the best resort for people staying in salt lake... Best value for sure. The groomers are not so exciting, but will keep busy the average intermediate rider. Where this resort really excels is in the tree runs. Lots and lots of Aspen and pine trees to get yourself lost into. Also magnificent chutes in the side country. Not to mention that it's the resort that gets most snow in Utah. The only drawback is that is a small resort... Specially comparing to the bird or park city. For a day trip 5 stars, for a season... Depending on what you like. Also it's more for boarders.

Posted on Nov 12, 2017
JOHN STINSON

small mountain with good lake effect snow, quick from airport, some fun advanced but not huge, good value for the ticket price, not to expensive, not much town or entertainment going on, could use more music for Apre Ski in base area.

Posted on Nov 09, 2017
Eric Baim

Love Molly Greens, and the people are always great to chill with on the mountain. Climb a little bit for some great rewards, or stick inside and dance with the trees.

Posted on Nov 07, 2017