2020/2021 Season Passes On Sale Now
    • An Unlimited Pass plus an Ikon Base Pass

      Platinum Season Pass

      Adults before 10/12

      Get the best of both worlds. The Platinum Pass is a Brighton Unlimited Pass that comes with an Ikon Base Pass. Make Brighton Resort your home mountain but still get out and explore.

    • Ride any time, day or night

      Unlimited Season Pass

      Adults before 10/12

      Ride any time, day or night, all season long!  Unlimited Season Passes are the best way to experience the best Brighton has to offer.  No blackouts, no restrictions, tons of benefits.

    • No holidays? No problem.

      Base Season Pass

      Adults before 10/12

       An affordable option to ski and ride Brighton. You'll have Brighton access seven days a week, open to close, barring holiday blackouts.

    • Ride any time*, day or night, Monday - Friday

      Midweek Season Passes

      Adults before 10/12

      Ride any time, day or night, Monday - Friday all season long!  The most affordable way to ride Brighton all season.  *Holiday blackout dates apply. 

    • 2 p.m. to close, all season long.

      Twilight Season Passes

      Adults before 10/12

      Ski 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. while Night Skiing is open, and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. during early/late season and on Sundays. 

    • Bundle family members

      Family Packaging

      Save big when you bundle multiple family members in the same household. Family packages are for up to two adults and unlimited additional youth and child passes. 

Protecting your purchase and peace of mind

Worry-Free Winter Assurance

Worry-free Winter Assurance Logo

While our love for the mountains remains constant, we know things look a little different this year. All season passes purchased before July 6, 2020 are protected with Worry-Free Winter Assurance at no additional cost to you. 

Season Pass FAQs

  • Choosing a pass that best suits is a personal decision. The factors you'll want to consider are:  What days of the week and hours of the day are you most likely to ski? Do you plan to take ski trips? Do you want to ski holidays?  

    If you only plan to ski in the evenings: Consider the Twilight Pass, available 2 p.m. to close seven days a week. That gets you seven hours of skiing Monday through Saturday (while night skiing is open), and additional two hours of skiing on Sundays.  

    If you don't plan to ski holidays: The Base Pass is a great option. You get all the perks of an unlimited season pass but with holiday blackouts.  

    If you want to take ski trips: Check out the Platinum Pass. It gets you a Brighton Unlimited pass plus an Ikon Base Pass, opening up ski opportunities all over the world, with Brighton as your home mountain. 

    Families should consider building their own pass bundles with Family Packaging. 

  • Yes. Just select the "pay with payment plan" option at checkout. Your payment will be divided into equal monthly payments between your date of purchase and October. The sooner you purchase, the more payments will be available to you. 

  • Please email with your full name and phone number and we'll get back to you ASAP. 

    You may also call us at (801)532-4731 ext. 220. Our hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

    Contacting us by email is strongly preferred. We are following strict social distancing guidelines and have limited staff available at the resort to take your calls. Thank you for your patience and understanding. 

  • If you renewed an existing season pass, you are good to go. Use your current media at the lift at the start of the season. If you are purchasing a new pass, you will receive your season pass by mail prior to November 2020. Your season pass profile must be updated with your photo and address in order to receive your pass.  

  • You can update your pass profile and upload your photo here. 

  • To make sure we are in accordance with social distancing guidelines, Brighton will pause selling season passes after October 12, 2020. After evaluating the state of COVID-19 in Utah and guidelines from the CDC and Utah Department of Health for winter 20/21, Brighton may or may not resume selling season passes. 

  • Brighton Resort will work closely with the Utah Department of Health to ensure we are following CDC guidelines to create the safest possible environment. This is a constantly evolving situation, so the measures we take will change as needed, but you can expect that we will be taking precautions to limit the number of skiers on the mountain, maintain safe social distancing in lift lines, limit the number of bodies in enclosed spaces, and make it as seamless as possible for you to head straight to the lifts from your car.  

  • All season passes purchased before October 12, 2020 are covered by our Worry-Free Winter Assurance. 

  • If you decide prior to December 10, 2020 that you don't feel comfortable using your pass this year, you can roll over your unused season pass to the 21/22 season at no additional cost to you. You can read more about this on our Worry-Free Winter Assurance page.