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8302 S Brighton Loop Rd Brighton, UT 84121
8302 South Brighton Loop RoadUSUTBrighton84121
(801) 532-4731brightonresort.com
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Rustic mountainside retreat offering functional rooms & dorms with free WiFi, plus a hot tub.- Google

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Stephanie Han
5 months ago
Really fun place; definitely not as big and fancy as Park City, which is where my friends and I skied the day before, but it's not as expensive either. Plenty of terrain here to keep everyone happy and we had a blast. It's kind of a pain to get over to the Milly Express side (long flat slog) but it was well worth it. I'd definitely come back!
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Levi Mackintosh
6 months ago
Brighton delivers good vibes, good terrain, and a super fun park. The park crew is always mixing things up and changing features around, which is always good for improving your abilities. As an Idaho resident, The Nayborhood crew is always making trips down to ride, and we are never disappointed. I wish our local resorts would take a page out of Brighton's book.
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Adam Johnson
a year ago
Brighton's a cool place. Some other Utah ski resorts have a reputation for stuffiness, but Brighton has a laid back vibe. From the perspective of an advanced skier, the terrain has plenty to offer. It's not terribly steep, but if you venture into the sidecountry you can find some short, technical chutes much like you'd find in-bounds at Solitude or in the Little Cottonwood Canyon. The one thing Brighton has that the others (in my experience) don't is a surplus of 5-10 foot boulders with non-steep landings to huck, all in plain view of the chairlifts. I've never experienced a crowd there, and the only major downsides for me were: not much in terms of sustained steep runs, pricey food, and the terrain park was a bit intimidating for a relative newbie. Not necessarily the features, but all the park rats making films that I don't want to interfere with. I liken Brighton to a "playground" for skiers. Alta and Snowbird offer more in terms of skiing a "mountain."
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Rick Mayer
a year ago
Brighton was the last stop of our trip - Snowbird - Powder Mountain - Snow Basin and Brighton. Even though it was the smallest of the places we visited it was GREAT. Little to no lift lines and the snow was good even though it had not snowed in a few days. Unfortunately I was hurt about half way through the day. Had to get taken off the mountain by ski patrol. They were AWESOME and did a great job taking care of me. I ended up in the hospital with a fractured vertebrae in my back and they did everything they could to help make me comfortable while in their care. Brighton will definitely be on my places to go to when I'm healed and ready to go next year.. THANK YOU AGAIN.. SKI PATROL..
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Jake Mitchell
4 months ago
Never even made it to the mountain. These people are anti dog and basically told me to stay away because i own dogs. No attempt to accommodate me, even if my dogs didn't come to the mountain. Was told that dogs shouldn't be left in the car, let alone brought with me on an intercontinental trip. I will spend my money at powder mountain, where dogs and their owners are welcomed.
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Sol Villasenor
4 months ago
Brighton is very affordable comparing to other resorts in salt lake city area. not pricey at all and the ski school is excellent.
Christian Socali
a year ago
Skiing and terrain is pretty good but the customer service is terrible. It's just a bunch of kids working there that don't seem to care about smiling or appreciating that you're spending your hard earned cash at their resort (verses the 7 other resorts you can choose from nearby). And if you're a local trying to get a season pass, good luck! I spent 4 hours on their ancient website trying to buy passes and their server kept crashing. And of course no one has been answering their one and only phone number for 3 days straight now. Wow, this is terrible service. (I just made the switch and bought Solitude season passes- just so you know Mr. Brighton) If customer service doesn't matter to you, this place has some good skiing. If you care about being treated professionally and having staff actually pay attention to you, there are plenty of other awesome Utah resorts for this (Deer Valley, Solitude, Snowbird, Canyons, and Park City come to mind).
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Kasey Schuster
3 months ago
Great ski runs. Good prices.