Brighton Terrain Parks | Blog
Brighton Resort mountain averages 500 inches of snow a winter. The snow is traditionally light, fluffy and dry making it a paradise for riders and skiers. Brighton is located directly in the path of winter storms and it is also at the very top of Big Cottonwood Canyon so it gets the very best of the “greatest snow on earth,” and lots of it.
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Snake Creek is Open

Snake Creek lift opened today which opened up a lot more terrain and access to tons and tons of deep powder stashes.  It also helped to disperse the crowds and cut down on lift lines. Today was a great day to be on the...

Neck deep powder..

If you're short that header could be true. We have had almost 4 feet of fresh snow this weekend. The park is buried, no worries the natural terrain is sick right now. Come up and get some. Roomers of Snake Creek opening today...

Brighton in Playboard

The new Playboard (German Mag) Photo Annual just came out and guess who is in it? Brighton and Cooper Hoffmeister. Coop decided to hike around the resort last season after she had closed and built this sicky tree jib. Long live Brighton! ...