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Staying Safe and Healthy at Brighton and Beyond
COVID-19 Protocols Know Before You Go

PASSES ARE CURRENTLY ON SALE FOR THE 21/22 SEASON. We are excited to welcome guests back! You’ll notice a few precautions we are taking to keep everyone safe at Brighton, from the peak to the parking lot and at every turn between.


Brighton will be carefully ensuring our precautionary measures are in strict accordance with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Utah Department of Health. We are substantially increasing sanitation and taking careful steps to reduce the likelihood of transmission.  

 We hope to streamline service and reduce indoor interactions and lines. Namely, you can expect to see new technology across the resort to make your experience more seamless. This will include free high speed wireless internet, electronic ticket kiosks, and online ordering services to make it easier than ever to plan your visit to Brighton.  

PLEASE NOTE: The information below may change as we closely monitor the state of COVID-19 transmission in Utah and make updates in line with CDC guidelines.  



    • We will substantially increase the frequency of sanitization and disinfection of surfaces. Limiting capacity/seating helps enable more frequent disinfecting.
    • We have added sanitization stations throughout Brighton restaurants and in other common areas.
    • We have installed additional signage providing recommendations, information, & awareness of best practices.
    • We are committing to daily deep cleanings of all public areas across the resort.
  • Face masks are required in all indoor spaces except while seated to eat or drink, and outdoors wherever six feet of physical distance cannot be maintained. 

    Please ensure that your face mask is in line with CDC guidelines and worn over your nose and mouth.

  • All departments at Brighton will continue to strictly follow the precautions outlined by the CDC and the Utah Department of Health.

    • Any staff who feel sick or are interacting with those who feel sick are strictly mandated to stay home. 
    • We have provided additional hand sanitization stations in key locations for both employees and guests.
    • We have increased the frequency of disinfection/sanitization in all community spaces and high contact surfaces. 
    • We have provided more space for employees in high traffic areas such as break rooms and reduced the number of in-person meetings.
    • We have installed CDC recommendations/guidelines signage in public and employee areas.
    • Employees have appropriate personal protective equipment. Cashiers will wear gloves and wash their hands/disinfect upon removal.
    • We are communicating with regional experts and public health authorities for continual evaluation and guidance.
  • We ask that during this time guests:

    • Please help reduce the risk of transmission through social distancing and appropriate recommended hygiene/disinfection measures.
    • Respect the personal space of others.
    • Be considerate and use common sense.
    • Wash hands frequently and use hand sanitizers with at least 60% alcohol. 
    • Avoid touching your face.

    DO NOT come to the mountain if you:

    • Are sick or have any symptoms of illness - know the symptoms
    • Have potentially been exposed to an individual with COVID-19
    • Are vulnerable due to a compromised or weak immune system
    • Are considered to be at higher risk, including older adults - learn more


    • Purchase your lift ticket online, then pick it up at a new electronic kiosk at the resort, contact-free. Your new ticket is also a Brighton Card, you may reload it online at your convenience throughout the season and go directly to the lift to activate.  
    • All lift tickets must be purchased in advance either through our website or through participating retail partners. 
    • Reservations are NOT required for Brighton Season Pass or Go Card Holders. 
    • Season passholders or Go Card holders will be mailed their passes - there will be no pass pickup at the resort this season. Please take the time to make sure your account is up to date with a current photo. Go Card holders do not need a photo.  
    • All rentals must be reserved online 24 hours in advance. 
    • Reserve your rentals and rental gear pick up time online, and they will be ready for you when you arrive at the resort.  
    • Lessons must be reserved online 48 hours in advance.  
    • Class sizes will be reduced, and not all Brighton’s usual offerings will be available. 
    • Class check-iwill be outside the Snowsports school, above the Brighton Center. 
    • Please be aware that parking will be even more limited this year. Our lot fills quickly on weekends, holidays, and powder days.
    • The town of Brighton will be limiting canyon parking from November 1 to May 1, primarily on the downhill side of the road. Be aware and arrive early to the canyon. 
    • We’ve added new parking lot web cams, streamed in real time, to check before departing for the resort. 
    • At the mouth of the canyon, check the new digital sign that will also indicate whether there is parking available at the resort.  
    • We’ll post parking updates on our Twitter account, @BrightonResort. 
    • If the parking lot is full, we recommend taking the UTA busThey have added a handful of new buses this year, which will be running with limited capacity with face masks required for all passengers. 
    • Reservations are not required to park at the resort. Parking is still free at the resort. 


  • Guests will be required to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth while indoors at the resort.  

    • We firmly request that any guest who feels sick stay home.  
    • Facemasks are required in all indoor spaces except while seated to eat or drink, and outdoors wherever six feet of physical distance cannot be maintained.
  • Be aware that the lot typically fills up by mid-morning on weekends, holidays, and powder days. Consider arriving at off-peak times (before 8 a.m. or after 1 p.m.) to avoid being turned around. 

    • Snowboards and skis will naturally distance guests within each lane, and there will be ghost lanes between to keep them separated laterally. Masks are recommended.

Brighton is taking every step to ensure your experience with us is safe and enjoyable. We are sincerely grateful for your help in this effort. We are in this together as a community and the safer each of us can be, the better likelihood of everyone staying healthy and keeping the resort open.  We’ll keep you updated with any changes as the season progresses.