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8302 S Brighton Loop Rd Brighton, UT 84121
8302 South Brighton Loop RoadUSUtahBrighton84121
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Rustic mountainside retreat offering functional rooms & dorms with free WiFi, plus a hot tub.- Google
"A little pricey, but the snow is great."
"And if you're a local trying to get a season pass, good luck!"

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Blake G
a week ago
Parking situation is great, decent terrain, friendly lifties, lots of snowmaking. But it's as far back in the canyon as you can get and it attracts a lot of park rats.
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Dave Brzenia
in the last week
Visiting from the East Coast and was not disappointed. Love the "local" vibe. Nice to get away from the big resorts for a change.
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Samuel Ahlstrom
a week ago
Such a beautiful resort. Great for families and people of different levels of proficiency.
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Dane Bertelsen
in the last week
My boys at Brighton keep it the breeziest around with this year's early season shredding, stoke levels are high and the piff is loud
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Scott Thompson
2 months ago
Had a very poor customer experience initially with Emily Loken. She was the one who was selling passes for the resort at REI. I had gone in person to discuss the ski pass needs of our family with them in person. She basically told me that Brighton did not care to sell my wife a season pass at a higher amount. We have 8 sons, and we were attempting to purchase ski passes for 6 of them under my wife's pass. They would limit the special price to only 4 of my kids (2 youth and 2 kids) and wanted the full price the other 2. Basically I told her that I could purchase the 6 kids passes for $1,000 or I could buy my wife's pass too and pay $1350. They wanted $1500 for the package that I needed. So they were willing to lose $500, in order to save $150. I called in to the resort the same day and spoke with Randy, Manager over ticket sales at the resort. He understood my predicament and promised that Joanne, Ticket Sales Manager would call me back after the Labor Day weekend, but with plenty of time to buy the passes before the September 16th deadline for the special pricing. I called the resort twice a day ever since and spoke with someone only twice, both times sent to Joanne's voicemail. I left voice mails for Joanne both times asking for a return call. I also left several general voice mails on the operator line because the call was never connected. It is now the deadline (September 16th) and still no response from the resort. I have had to purchase passes for the family in order to get the pre-season deal, but not at the savings that I was lead to believe by Randy that was achievable. We have been Park City customers for years, and we wanted to mix it up and try another resort this season. After the experience so far, I am confident that we will be returning to Park City for future seasons, because it seems that Brighton does not care about their local skiers and the large families that we come to expect from living in Utah.
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Matt Barrus
in the last week
No frills low key resort. Awesome terrain, great snow, and usually not too crowded
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Stephanie Han
9 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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Jeff Parker
a week ago
Old school ski hill with a no frills bar and lodge. Attracts old timers and park rats.