Brighton Travel Guide
Brighton Ski Resort
- Nearest town: Salt Lake City
- Resort Altitude (metres): 2669m
- Ski Season: November to April
- Mountain Range: The Rocky Mountain Range
- Number of Lifts: 8
- Highest Lift (metres): 3200m
- Lowest Lift (metres): 2665m
- Number of Slopes: 64
- Snowboarding: Yes/Park and Pipe
Brighton Ski Information
Summer wildflowers and hiking trails through the magnificent Cottonwood Canyons, as well as golf, biking and of-course Salt Lake City, all make Brighton an attractive destination.
- Languages: English
- Temperatures: Average temperature is 20 to 25 degrees
- Driving: Drive on the right hand side of the road.
- Emergency contact numbers: All Emergencies 911
- Religion: Christian
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With its emphasis focussed on skiing, Brighton has paid scant attention to its apres ski, and although there is a cafetaria available for meals, that more or less is it.
Even though Brighton Ski Resort is one of the oldest skiing/boarding resorts in the USA, they have kept up with the times and offer everything skiers have come to expect today. Voted the #1 resort for "Child/Family Friendly Terrain" and the "Best Value," offered, for the past four years by local Utahans, Brighton Ski Resort can still pack em in. With the varied terrain it offers, Brighton accommodates skiers and boarders, and provides unlimited access to some of Utahs greatest backcountry. Lodging, rentals, and dining is available, as well as being only 35 minutes from Salt Lake City, and all the attractions the city offers. $39 - Adult Full Day $34 - Adult Half Day (morning or afternoon) FREE - Children under 10 $10 - Seniors over 70 $24 - Night Skiing (4pm-9pm)
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