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Brighton Ski Resort

Brighton Ski Resort
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Brighton Ski Resort is a ski and snowboard resort located in Big Cottonwood Canyon in Utah, United States. The resort is located about 35 miles southeast of Salt Lake City and is known for its excellent snow conditions and terrain park features.

Brighton Ski Resort offers a variety of ski and snowboard terrain, including 1,050 acres of skiable terrain, 66 runs, and six terrain parks. The resort has a base elevation of 8,755 feet (2,669 meters) and a summit elevation of 10,500 feet (3,200 meters), with a vertical drop of 1,745 feet (532 meters). The resort receives an average of 500 inches (1,270 cm) of snowfall per year and has a variety of lifts, including five high-speed quads and one magic carpet.

In addition to skiing and snowboarding, Brighton Ski Resort offers snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and other winter activities. During the summer months, the resort offers mountain biking, hiking, and other outdoor activities.

Brighton Ski Resort offers a variety of accommodations, including hotels, condominiums, and private homes, as well as dining options and other amenities. The resort is known for its friendly staff and laid-back atmosphere, making it a popular destination for families and other visitors looking for a relaxed ski vacation.