How to Roll Your Go Cards

Have Go Cards from last year that you need to roll over?  Here are your options for how to accomplish this: 1.) Visit us at the resort. In order to roll over Go Cards, we physically need them in our possession.  NO EXCEPTIONS!! The easiest and most effective way to get us your Go Cards Read More »


Brighton Resort is proud to announce it will be teaming up with local pros to create Utah’s premier pre-season terrain park named “The BoneZone”.  Originally built in Guardsman Pass around 2008, the BoneZone was the result of the creative minds of Ted Borland, Alex Andrews and many other of today’s Utah snowboard pros.  After years Read More »

Brighton Ladies Ride Days

There aren’t many things better than cruising the mountain on a Sunday afternoon with a good group of friends. That’s why Brighton Resort is proud to present Brighton Ladies Ride Days for the 2015/16 season! Join us along with weekly special guests each Sunday at 1pm starting December 20th to freeride the mountain with women and Read More »

Kids Learn To Ski and Ride Free Days!

  Kids 4 to10 can learn to ski or snowboard absolutely free on Dec.12 and 13 at Brighton. It’s for kids who are “first timers” who have never skied or snowboarded before.  Kids get a lift pass, a 2 hour lesson, and all day equipment rental.  Space is limited.  Online registration is required and will  Read More »

Free Small Fry’s!

We’re not talking about tasty potato sticks here. Kids 10 and under ski and ride free at Brighton! In celebration of our 80th season Brighton is Bringing back kids ten and under ski and ride free.* Top that with two free learn to ski or ride days in December, Brighton is truly the place where Salt Read More »

Brighton Dads

Growing up at the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon in the nineties, I pretty much always looked up to guys like Jeremy Jones, Seth Huot and JP Walker; Brighton heroes! I never had any delusions that I would ever be as good as they are, but I knew that we shared, at the very least Read More »


The new year roared in with some excellent pow turns to be had just about anywhere you went. Those storms helped fill in our base, and it’s only going to take one or two more to really kick things into high gear. Of course, those who really get after it went out and found some Read More »


Traditions can be funny things; they can be looked forward to with great anticipation or illicit cringes for those who just “get through them”. From food and drink to song and dance, there is no end to the varieties of traditions that exist. Every year at this time, traditions seem to own the spotlight; maybe Read More »

Snow Dance

Superstitions about the weather date back to when people were using petroglyphs to keep track of their children’s names. Back then, however, they were usually dancing for sweet life sustaining rain. Well, in our modern time of “first world problems” a few days in the winter without a pow day, or even a decent snow Read More »

Down Time?

There isn’t really a great time of year to be “down” in this great state of Utah, especially if you enjoy recreating in the Wasatch Range. While it may seem like summer would be the ideal time to get some work done, like finally getting that knee repaired, you end up missing out on some Read More »