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Brighton Ski Resort, Brighton

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  • Great spot for night skiing as the other local resorts close much earlier, staff are so helpful and full of advice.  more »
  • We had time for a quick hike and a friend recommended we go to Brighton. We did the Lake Mary trail which only took about 1.5 hours. Beautiful on the way up with great views and Lake Mary itself was s...  more »
  • Brighton is one of my favorite fall hiking spots. Silver Lake and the trails in the area are fabulous. We saw moose, deer, chipmunks, hawks. Always a fun time at Brighton  more »
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  • Beautiful slopes, family and novice-friendly, well maintained, and pleasant staff. Our first visit to the Western mountains was a huge success and we will be back! Lots of green and blue trails to keep us busy and seeing new things both days we were there. Got passes early at the ski rental place and we're able to start immediately upon arrival!
  • I LOVE Brighton Ski Resort! I signed up to take lessons there and then stayed to ski after. They have lots of great runs, whether you're a beginner or more experienced. The runs are well marked. The instructor was really nice and really knew her stuff. And the snow is just amazing. Finally, the prices at Brighton make it possible even for those of us who aren't rich to enjoy skiing and snowboarding. It's the best resort in Utah!
  • We brought the kids here to ski this past winter, 2017. We stayed at a cabin right at the base of the resort. The kids took lessons for three days and were able to ski by themselves for the rest of the trip. The lodge rocks! Literally! Everybody on the deck was jammin' to the awesome sound system while watching the skiers come down the mountain. The only reason I gave them four stars instead of five is because one of the instructors was so out of touch with my daughter, that she was crying by noon. Luckily, they switched him out and the rest of the day she was fine. She's a tough kid, so to see her cry was absolutely shocking! But, all of the other instructor's were fabulous! I would've given it a 4.99 rating if they had it!
  • Great resort. All of the lifts are very nice and most of them have foot rests. They slow down as you get on and off, which is very helpful to beginners. Their passes work with a card you put in your pocket so you don't have to pull anything out to have scanned. Very convenient. The runs are very nice and wide with a variety of hills. There are also lots of areas to ski/board through the trees.
  • I went up to the Brighton resort to do the three lakes hike however there was still a lot of snow so i decided against it. It was my first time up there and it was cool to see the skiers and snowboarders doing their thing. The ski and snowboard rental place was well kept and has plenty of drying off areas. Next time I head up there I'll make sure to explore more of what Brighton has to offer and from what I saw I know I'll have a good time.

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