Brighton Ski Resort

The Best Ski Resort in Brighton is just steps away​

We’re excited to be partners with Brighton Ski Resort, home to some of the greatest snow on earth. We’re located just 5-minutes from the ski lift and our chalet provides a great view of the mountain. our luxury ski lodge truly exemplifies the term ski in ski out to this world class resort. Here you can easily assess the slopes or watch them as you relax in your private hot tub.

Learn more about this unique resort below:


Brighton is Utah’s only resort that features access to 100%  by high speed quads. At the resort you can find five quads, one triple and a magic carpet service. It is home to more than 1,050 acres of terrain with 1,875 vertical feet of incredible Utah skiing. Some other amenities here include The New Millicent Chalet as well as three other additional day lodges, high quality rentals for visitors, incredible ski and snowboard schools, lockers for rent, multiple cafeterias, a pub, and public bus transportation from many points in downtown Salt Lake City as well as park & ride lots around the valley. What’s more, kids 10 and under ski and ride free.


This Utah mountain range averages 500 inches of snow each year in the winter. The snow is almost always light, fluffy and dry providing the ideal conditions for riders and skiers. Brighton is located right in the center of the winter storms that blow through, and it is also at the very top of Big Cottonwood Canyon so it gets the very best and the very most of the “greatest snow on earth.”


Brighton’s grooming is top of the line, it is consistently some of the best in the state. Beginner runs are groomed every single night. Intermediate trails are also groomed each night, except for a few more difficult trails that are groomed as conditions require. For the experts, the main runs are groomed as well, but most is left untouched for those who like to make their own trails. Brighton also posts a grooming report daily to keep its visitors up to speed.


Terrain is the biggest attraction here at the Brighton Ski Resort. 100% of the terrain can be accessed by one of their incredible high speed quads. It’s one of the only mountain resorts where friends and families can take the same lift to the top and then ride off onto different trails.  beginner, intermediate, or expert, and then all meet together at the bottom to ride the lift back up. Most skiers and other riders stick to the beautiful groomed trails, but there are plenty of trees, chutes, cliffs and natural terrain parks all within the resorts bounds for those who like to keep their adrenaline pumping. Brighton also boasts incredible Terrain Parks for those who are practicing to get that perfect trick. Freestyle riders and skiers alike enjoy Brighton’s four terrain parks that provide something for all abilities. The terrain park crew keeps the features moving around so be sure to take advantage of the features you like, because they may not be there long!


Night skiing is a staple for everyone that is visiting the Brighton Ski Resort. They provide the most night skiing terrain in Utah which includes more than 20 runs on over 200 lighted acres. The lifts run weekdays and Saturdays from 4PM-9PM. This is a great opportunity for beginner skiers because the mountain is less crowded and there are a lot of discount night lift ticket options available each year.


Brighton is renowned for its Ski and Snowboard School. It is often referred to as “The place where Utah learns to ski and ride and keeps on learning.” That reputation has been formed because of their consistent dedication to helping their students develop real lasting skills that keeps them riding for years to come. Brighton’s Ski and Snowboard School provides private lessons, group classes for every ability level of skiers and riders on a daily basis, and a special series just for kids, women, and seniors. They are very accommodating and are always willing to help out in whatever ways they can. 


Brighton is a popular place for the locals to frequent all winter long. They offer affordable season tickets to the resort which allows the Utah natives to enjoy this spectacular snow all winter long. Although a season pass is the best bang for your buck, they receive a lot of visitors from out of the state and out of the country that come to experience the wonders of the mountain for only a day or two. If you are looking for a short term pass to enjoy a ski vacation or even just to see if snow sports are right for you, Brighton offers a variety of pass options that can accommodate everyone.

You can purchase full day passes that let you ride from opening at 9am to closing at 9pm, half day  passes that give you access to their lifts for 7 hours, and afternoon passes that let you ride from 12am to 4pm. They also offer night skiing passes and will often provide a variety of discount options when you support local businesses. Another great aspect of Brighton is that they offer various discounts for military members, senior citizens, and younger children. This allows for a positive and welcoming atmosphere that can be felt throughout the whole resort.

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