Brighton Terrain Parks | SLUG Games: Construction to Destruction
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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SLUG Games: Construction to Destruction

SLUG Games: Construction to Destruction

On Saturday March 5 the Slug Games Construction to Destruction occurred at our very on Brighton Resort. The event was open to skiers and boarders and the set up was insane. Plenty of jibs with riders still able to catch air and the course concluded with a quarter pipe at the end. Everyone that came threw down, but here’s who made the final cut. Each winner received a prize bag and the ultimate winners received some pretty awesome swag. There was also a product toss while the judges deliberated so everyone went home a winner.

Women’s Open Board:
1. Marley Colt

2. 2. Nicole Roccanova

3. 3. Grace Mayernik

Women’s Open Ski:
1. Jane Hwang

Men’s 17- Board:
1. Jordan Tramp

2. Shaw Irwin

3. Noah Sutton

Men’s 17- Ski:
1. Trevor Akimoto

2. Ricky Webber

3. PJ Baymiller

Men’s Open Board:
1. Cameron Gorby

2. Jeff McGrath

3. Brady Larson

Men’s Open Ski:
1. Oeysten Scyawoe

2. Brendan Trieb

3. Alex Buller

SLUG Games from Man Alive Productions on Vimeo.