Brighton Resort Utah

Very Good

3.9 / 5

based on 24 reviews

Trails

Beginner
21%
Intermediate
39%
Advanced / Expert
40%
Award of Excellence Badge

Trail maps

Overview

Brighton Resort is one of the top resorts in Utah. With 66 runs spanning 1050 acres, it is well worth a visit if you find yourself in the area. To give you a snapshot of the resort, we've put together a comprehensive list of key statistics, including mountain profile, lift system, historical opening and closing dates, and ticket pricing. Make sure you read the reviews left by skiers and riders who've experienced it first hand, and check out how they rate the resort!

Overall rating

Leave a review for Brighton Resort
Very Good

3.9 / 5

based on 24 reviews

How well the resort caters for beginner skiers / boarders

Beginners

How well the resort caters for intermediate skiers / boarders?

Intermediates

How well the resort caters for advanced skiers / boarders

Advanced

How accessible and convenient it is to get to this resort from a major destination

Accessibility

Quality of the off-piste terrain

Side/Backcountry

Overall value for money of the resort

Value for money

Quality of lifts, lift speed and lift layout in the resort

Lifts

Quantity and quality of the snow

Snow

How uncrowded is the resort

Uncrowded

Après ski and dining options

Town

Services and facilities e.g. child care, tubing, health care, equipment hire

Facilities

How family friendly is this resort?

Family Friendliness
LVLogan V.
advanced snowboarder
Superb!

4.6 / 5

Nov 12, 2017
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... More
JSJohn S.
advanced skier
Good!

3.7 / 5

Nov 09, 2017
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.... More
CBCollin B.
advanced snowboarder
Fabulous!

4.2 / 5

Nov 08, 2017
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. ... More
EBEric B.
advanced skier
Average!

2.9 / 5

Nov 07, 2017
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. ... More
ALAaron L.
expert skier
Very Good!

4.2 / 5

Nov 07, 2017
Brighton is a great way to experience the cottonwood canyons and Utah powder. The Backcountry access is some of the best anywhere in the Wasatch. There is not much by the way of lodging or apres ski at Brighton itself but honestly that fact only adds to the experience. ... More
MEMatt E.
advanced skier
Superb!

4.7 / 5

Nov 06, 2017
Brighton is an incredible Resort! It is the last family-friendly resort in Utah! This is the only Resort in Utah that still allows children 10 years of age and under to ski for free. They still care about family value, and they're lift pass prices show that. I have skied every... More
ECEmilio C.
Very Good!

4 / 5

Oct 20, 2017
It's a small resort, the slopes aren't that steep... BUT it has the best tree runs around, exceptional side country and the most important for me: it has night ski!! Nothing better than shred or jump in the park after a shitty day at work. Didn't mention the quality of the snow... More
BJByron J.
Superb!

5 / 5

Oct 19, 2017
Trees Pow trees Pow Trees Pow trees Pow Trees Pow trees Pow Trees Pow trees Pow Trees Pow trees Pow Trees Pow trees Pow Trees Pow trees Pow Trees Pow trees Pow
ENEric N.
Very Good!

4 / 5

Oct 17, 2017
Great powder without the frills.Close to the city with easy access to bus. It has a down home feeling with lots of backcountry. Great place to bring friends, family. They have great kid free or cheaper rates.
PPPaul P.
Very Good!

4 / 5

Oct 08, 2017
I actually skied Brighton the most last season. The main reason being cost. I don't go enough anymore to justify a season pass so I'm always looking for a good deal. You can always find some kind of discount to Brighton, from their Quad Wednesday to various 2 for 1 night skiing... More

Lifts

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

Elevation

Base
8,754 feet
Summit
10,500 feet
Vertical drop
1,746 feet

Terrain

Total runs
66
Terrain Parks
1
Longest Run
1 mile
Skiable Terrain
1,050 acres
Snowmaking Area
200 acres
Other ski resorts in

Utah

Alta
25% 40% 35%
Brian Head Resort
30% 35% 35%
Brighton Resort
21% 39% 40%
Deer Valley Resort
27% 41% 32%
Park City
8% 42% 50%
Powder Mountain
25% 40% 35%
Snowbasin
11% 43% 46%
Snowbird
27% 38% 35%
Sundance
35% 45% 20%