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Brighton Ski Patrol

At Brighton Resort safety is our top priority. We are committed to promoting responsibility and safety awareness. The members of the Brighton Patrol are dedicated to keeping you and the mountain safe. Patrol members are stationed at the top of all major lifts and routinely patrol the entire mountain.

Brighton Area Boundary Policy

When you pass beyond the Ski Area Boundary, you leave the area of ski patrol services including avalanche control. You are entering an area that has many natural hazards including avalanches. You are responsible for learning about and avoiding these natural hazards. You are responsible for your own actions, for your own rescue, for the cost of your rescue, and you waive all claims for injury.

Backcountry rescues are the responsibility of the Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office, often assisted by Wasatch Backcountry Rescue. Backcountry rescues are costly and hazardous to rescue personnel, please use caution in the backcountry.

Please report any avalanche activity caused or witnesses to the Brighton Patrol, 801.532.4731.

For educational opportunities or information contact patrol@brightonresort.com

Brighton Volunteer Patrol

For info or to join http://brightonnsp.org/Volunteer.htm

Brighton Avalanche Rescue K-9 Program

Brighton Patrol Rescue K-9 Program consists of five dog and handler teams. Rescue dogs are extensively trained in avalanche rescue, obedience, and mountain travel. B.A.R.K. was created to administer and finance the training, health and safety of our canine friends. B.A.R.K. t-shirts and hat are available at the Sports Desk.

Wasatch Backcountry Rescue Site

Brighton Education Program

Brighton Education Program is designed to provide educational courses to Brighton Resort employees and guests.

Backcountry 101

This course is designed for the Brighton Resort user. Course focuses on decision making, using avalanche forecasts, route selection, safe travel and partner rescue.

Know Before You Go

This basic avalanche awareness course is provided for employees and guests once a year free of charge

CPR and First-Aid

American Heart Association CPR and First-aid courses available upon request for employees, guests, and the community.

Contact  cstowe@brightonresort.com for info.

Contact Brighton Patrol patrol@brightonresort.com

Winter Up Hill Travel Plan

Brighton and the US Forest Service are partners in recreation. In conjunction with the Forest Service Brighton has developed the following Winter Uphill Travel Policy in order to address the increasing use of the resort during all hours of the day and night. Brighton is committed to work with all users to reasonably permit access to public lands. Click Here To Learn More

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Events

Feb
12

Brighton Night Party and Fireworks

Fireworks, dancing and shredding!