Brighton Ski Resort: What’s new for 2008?

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Brighton Ski Resort is tucked at the far end of Big Cottonwood Canyon, just over the ridgeline from Alta. The great snow factory we call the Great Salt Lake produces lake-effect storms that nuke on the local resorts. Brighton benefits to the tune of over 500-inches per year–that’s over 41 feet!

Brighton is known for its terrain parks and strong snowboard crowd. But, for a resort that is celebrating 70 years in business, they haven’t let anything go to their heads. The vibe is pretty laid back and the prices–well, they haven’t looked around and done the “me too” price increases. Brighton could charge more than their $53 full-day lift ticket price, but they don’t and that’s good for everyone.

With 4 of 5 lifts of the high-speed variety and 4 terrain parks (check out My-Oh-My’s top-to-bottom terrain park run), Brighton has 1050 acres of trees, groomers, terrain parks and steeps suitable for the entire family. To top it off, they offer the most night skiing in Utah (200 acres), to keep your groove on late into the night.

Jason Catching Air at Brighton Ski Resort - Dec. 1 2007

An Insider’s Tip

Brighton has a lot to offer for the $53 lift ticket–high-speed lifts, deep snow, hikeable inbounds and backcountry terrain. And, with 500+ inches of annual snowfall, you can always find powder stashes in the trees. Check out the new Milly high-speed quad for quick access to the Mt. Millicent area, which has plenty of pucker-factor lines. I also dig the night skiing, which is a great time if you bundle up.

New for This Season

Brighton celebrates 70 years of skiing with some great improvements, headlined by a new lift. Here are the highlights.

  • The Millicent chairlift has been replaced with the new Milly high-speed quad for quick access to the goods
  • Check out the events page for weekly ski and snowboard demos

More Information on Brighton Resort

Looking for more information about Brighton Ski Resort? Click below for more info.

Links: Web Site | Trail Map | Lift Tickets
Or, see what’s new at the other Utah ski resorts for the 2007-2008 ski season.

About Author

A Seattle native, Jason developed a love for the outdoors and a thing for mountains. That infatuation continues as he founded this site in 1999 --sharing his love of road biking, mountain biking, trail running and skiing. That passion is channeled into every article or gear review he writes. Utah's Wasatch Mountains are his playground.

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