Brighton Ski Resort officially opened today for the 2020-2021 season welcoming Brighton Passholder skiers and snowboarders to the mountain for the weekend with plans to open to the general public on November 23, 2020. Visitors can access four lifts (Explorer, Majestic, Crest, and Snake Creek) and 12 runs. Lifts start rotation at 9 a.m and close at 4 p.m. Night skiing is closed.
Brighton Resort has some added precautions to avoid the spread of COVID-19 on the slopes. These measures will be in strict accordance with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Utah Department of Health and Brighton Ski Resorts will offer online ordering services to help streamline your planned visit to Brighton and new technology across the resort including free high speed wireless internet, and electronic ticket kiosks available. While visiting Brighton Resort, face coverings will be required in lift lines and on lifts and indoors except while seated to eat or drink. Face coverings will be encouraged outdoors wherever six feet of physical distance cannot be maintained. Plan ahead for this year’s ski season and be prepared for some unexpected delays or possible closures.
Brighton Passholder Weekend is in full swing! We loved seeing our Brighton Passholders today! Thanks for your patience with us as our ticket office team works hard to print passes. Follow the link for more information on this weekend.https://t.co/zMgFLC8ryk pic.twitter.com/OYMfe2p55s
— BrightonResort (@BrightonResort) November 20, 2020
Brighton Resort celebrates the opening of the 2020-2021 ski season by opening the resort access for Brighton Passholders only on November 19, 2020. It’s also worth mentioning that Ikon Passes and Ikon Base Passes will not be valid during passholder weekend. Ikon Passholders can make reservations for dates on or after Nov. 23.
The Brighton Store at the front of the Brighton Loop will be open for its normal business hours.
All Food & Beverage locations, the Ski School, Rentals, and the Brighton Mountain Sports will be closed.
Night skiing is closed.
With all that being said, who’s ready to ride?