Weather

Current Conditions

Light Snow

Currently

27°

Feels Like: 20°

WIND: SW 6 mph
AIR PRESSURE: 30.07 inHg
HUMIDITY: 89%
VISIBILITY: 3.5 Miles

Snow

4"

Overnight

Last 24hr: 4"
Last 48hr: 6"
Storm Total: 4"

Totals

32"

Base

Year to Date: 91"

5-Day Mountain Forecast

Saturday

HIGH: 30°
LOW: 24°

Snow (2–5 in.) throughout the day.

Sunday

HIGH: 34°
LOW: 30°

Heavy snow (6–9 in.) throughout the day.

Monday

HIGH: 33°
LOW: 18°

Snow (1–3 in.) throughout the day.

Tuesday

HIGH: 23°
LOW: 12°

Partly cloudy until afternoon.

Wednesday

HIGH: 29°
LOW: 8°

Snow (under 1 in.) overnight.

5 lifts operating daily 9am-4pm. 3 lifts operating for 4pm-9pm. Night skiing will be closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year\'s Eve.

Mixed base of natural and man made snow. 5:00am summit temp of 14 degrees with snow falling. Click Here >

Warning!

Face shots and epic turns probable

Lifts & Grooming

Crest Express

Pacific Highway

Thunder Road

My-O-My

Wintergreen

Tantamount

Snow Drift

Wren Hollow

Mary Back

Hawkeye

Snake Access

Hawkeye Access

Milly Access

Lost Maid

Lower Mary

Lower Majestic

Explorer

Explorer

Simon's Way

Great Western Express

Western Trail

Lone Star

Elk Park

Wrangler

Aspen Glo

Golden Needle

Rockin' R

Silver Spur

Desperado

Elk Park Ridge

Great Western

Terrain Park

My-O-My

Candyland

Pee-Wee

Upper Majestic

Lower Majestic

Half Pipe

Snake Creek Express

Pioneer

Sunshine

Thor

Easy Out

Pine Martin

Ziggy

Deer Park

Doyle's Dive

Hard Coin

Zane's Slot

Sawbuck

Snake Creek Bowl

Thunderhead

Lower Pioneer Trail

Majestic Quad

Face

Shoulder

Powder Alley

Cat Track

Scout

Milly Express

Little Milly

Backbone

Backdoor

Devil's Dip

Wee Willow

Main Street

Canyon

Majestic Access

Evergreen

Easy Out

Exhibition

Perris Bowl

Christy Bowl

Milly Bowl

The lightest snow on earth

Brighton lies in the Wasatch Mountain range, which sits right next to the Great Salt Lake. This geographical blessing means that an average 500 inches of deep, light powder falls each year. That is enough snow to cover a four- story building. Brighton is the recipient of the coldest, driest snow in the world. Our snow averages a mere 6% water content…compared to say, Whistler’s 15-20%.

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