Brighton Terrain Parks | Northwave Photo-shoot at Brighton
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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Northwave Photo-shoot at Brighton

Northwave Photo-shoot at Brighton

Northwave Photo-Shoot at Brighton Resort

Nature waits for no one, so when the getting is good, you better be getting it. When the skies parted over Big Cottonwood Canyon, the Northwave team booted up and made the trek up to Brighton for two bluebird days of light, crisp Utah powder.

New recruit DCP and photographer Robbie Sell joined Northwave team riders Seth Huot, Patrick McCarthy, Alexis Waite and Matt Beardmore as they enjoyed “The best snow on earth” while testing the 2010 Northwave line.

In town for a sales meeting, the team was fortunate to have Salt Lake City native Seth Huot to show them the ins and outs of Brighton’s inbound and backcountry terrain.  Cliffs were dropped, airs were launched, pow was slashed, photos were taken and après beverages were had.

The photo shoot was a success on all accounts. The team had a great time and was in agreement that the new Northwave products are better than ever. Look for photos from the shoot in next year’s ads and online at


Contact: Andrew Hart