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by: Anon - 10th April 2018

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  • 2Beginner
  • 1Intermediate
  • 1Expert
  • 1All-Mtn. Terrain
  • 1Family Friendly
  • 1Aprés Ski
  • 2Terrain Park
  • 1Overall Value
Kitchen has a view of your kids
Snow, Staff, Locals, Lifts, Food, Terrain

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If you live in the Metro Detroit Area, go to Alpine or Holly. Mt. Brighton is full of teenagers and pre teens that make the experience unbearable. The staff is almost as bad as the excuse they have for chair lifts (which are normally barely operational, and will break will you are on them). The hill itself is worth about a 10 second ride down, only to be back on those aforementioned excuses for lifts. The only redeemable quality, is the terrain park, which covers about 40% of the front face. Normally, they have a decent selection of features, but you will get tired of them within the day.

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Displaying 1 - 6 of 30 Resort Reviews

  • Chris (6th February 2020)

    Finding a decent vertical drop, good snow conditions, and a large number of runs is going to be a challenge in lower...

  • Anon (4th March 2019)

    Mt. Brighton is your typical teenage snow rat hang out. 90% of the clientele is under the age of 18, and during...

  • dempsey.jim2 (22nd December 2018)

    I have been a season ticket holder for the past 4 years. Contrary to a post from last spring,, I very much...

  • Anon (10th April 2018)

    If you live in the Metro Detroit Area, go to Alpine or Holly. Mt. Brighton is full of teenagers and pre teens...

  • marcusbarrett (25th January 2017)

    If you want a good experience in the Metro Detroit Area, go to Mt Holly. This place only good if you want...

  • Adina (8th January 2017)

    Small and crowded; they overcharge- including if you do not wish to use the lifts. Most places do not charge for the...

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