We do not have any overnight parking at Brighton. With the amount of snowfall we get each season, we have to have an empty parking lot to plow the snow each night.
Outdoor clothing, goggles, hats, sunglasses, gloves, sunscreen, lip balm, Brighton logo items, etc.
No. We do not offer any activities outside of skiing and snowboarding.
All of our chair lifts have drop down bars with the option to be used as a foot rest or restraining bars. They are all quad chairs except our learner lift, Explorer. It is a triple chair with a restraining bar.
Yes! Night riding hours of operation are 4p.m. - 9p.m, Monday through Saturday. Night skiing starts after we have enough snow to cover all obstacles, usually mid-December. Night skiing ends in early April, depending on snow cover.
Plan on at least an hour from the airport, up Big Cottonwood Canyon to Brighton.
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Yes. You can contact UTA at www.rideuta.com or call RIDE-UTA (743-3882) Utah Transit Authority will give you scheduled times and park & ride locations.
Yes! The Brighton Clinic is located on the ground floor of the Brighton Manor (the building between Majestic and Crest Express).
No. Any patron who wishes to utilize any chairlift must have the proper equipment required for descending via the ski runs. Proper equipment includes skis and snowboards with metal edges & certified bindings. Other acceptable forms of descent are snow skates and snow bikes with proper safety equipment installed. If you have any questions about your gear and if it is approved to ride the lift, please ask any of our lift operators.
Parents may not bring an infant on any chairlift with intent of skiing / boarding with the infant in a child carrier.
Brighton has temporarily suspended operations. Uphill Travel CLOSED.
In accordance with the U.S. Forest Service, Uphill Travel is CLOSED. Avalance control and rescue teams are NOT IN PLACE.