Utah’s Brighton Ski Resort attracts a laid-back mix of snowboarders and skiers. It was the first mountain in Utah to allow snowboarders and caters to them to this day, so no snobbery here. It also features terrain for all abilities, offers child-care for families, and night skiing is available in the park and pipe areas. I enjoyed watching all of the varied activity across Brighton, and it even made me want to learn to snowboard…
The resort is located only 45 minutes southeast of Salt Lake City, at the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon. The drive alone is beautiful.
On the last day of my ski lessons, George followed along to photograph the class (and me busting my butt a few times). He also captured some great shots of other guests on the slopes, and I caught a few good phone shots. Enjoy ~
For more information on Brighton Ski Resort, visit their website: BrightonResort.com
I’d like to thank Brighton Ski Resort for hosting us on the slopes. As always, our opinions are our own and we were under no obligation to say nice things about the resort and we were not compensated in any other way.