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Brighton Resort, located at the top of Utah’s Big Cottonwood Canyon, claims to be about these three things: snow, terrain and value. Brighton averages over 500” of dry, fluffy Utah snow that falls over 1,050 skiable acres and a 1,745’ vertical drop. Skiers and snowboarders can enjoy the deep powder, rip up Brighton’s top quality corduroy, hit up the half pipe and terrain park and get some turns in under the stars thanks to Brighton’s 200 acres of night skiing. Brighton Resort is also well known for the Ski and Snowboard School, known as “The place where Utah learns to ski and ride and keeps on learning.” Their rental, retail and repair shop provides high end equipment and equipment maintenance for guests of all varieties, and the Brighton Lodge offers on-mountain accommodations for visitors from across the world.
Projected Opening Ski Season: 11/24/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 04/21/2013
Projected Days Open: 138
Days Open Last Year: 138
Years Open: 77
Average Snowfall: 500"
Pros: Cost, Snow, Terrain
Pros: Wide Open Terrain. Powder!!
Cons: Advanced areas are not well connected
Pros: Night skiing, nice lodge, good variety of terrain
Cons: Snowboarders, they just stop/stay anywhere
Pros: variety of terrain, large resort
Cons: Milly lift a pain to reach, lots of snowboarders
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