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Ski Experience - Brighton

Visitors to Brighton will have the distinct pleasure of skiing atop more than 42 feet of world-famous, bone dry, Utah powder fluff.

Ski Levels

In order to dodge and weave through trees, expert and advanced skiers would be wise to head directly to Scree Slope, Lone Pine, Spaghetti, and Captain Hook. Other amazing expert-only runs include Hard Coin (off the Snake Creek Express), Sawbuck, Endless Winter, Doyle's Dive, Pacific Highway, Rein's Run, Clark's Roost, True Grit, and Tantamount. Intermediates will love Pioneer, Golden Needle, Scout and Hawkeye, while beginners will be able to choose from easy, safe runs like Main Street, Lost Maid, and Mary Back.

In addition to great skiing, there is a myriad of other activities to enjoy around the area. Intermountain Guide Service provides absolutely memorable guided tours deep into the backcountry on horseback or snowmobile. Motorized exploration on your own can be arranged through Homestead Snowmobiling and Snowmobile Adventures at Thousand Peaks. All Seasons Adventures are happy to arrange rock and ice climbing adventures throughout the season. The friendly resort staff is happy to help plan and book your vacation and activities and also offer great ski and stay deals throughout the season.
The resort, while remaining fairly low-key offers all the amenities found at other larger resorts. A ski and snowboard school, full-service repair and rental shops, lockers, daycare, and shopping are just a few of the great services offered at the resort. In addition, the resort offers a plethora of great deals and discounts throughout the season, including great prices on half-day, night ski and multi-day lift tickets.

Après Ski

Dining options right by the slopes are plenty and have the extra added attraction of also being quite affordable. The Brighton Chalet is a great place for a quick bite. Molly Green's is a members-only club that features superb food at very reasonable prices. However, the place to go for an enormous breakfast is Alpine Rose. The Silver Fork Lodge also has marvelous breakfasts and lunches at very reasonable prices, but its dinner menu is a bit more formal and costly.