Brighton Resort Facilities

Brighton Resort Facilities

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Brighton Mountain Resort has fairly simple services and facilities. They cover the basics and Brighton could generally be characterised as no-frills.

Brighton Ski School

The Brighton ski school provides a variety of programs.

For the kids ages 4 to 12, ski and snowboard lessons are conducted in either two hour formats or the full day, but unfortunately it doesn’t include the lunch break. You have to come and pick up the kids for lunch, so no venturing to the far reaches of Solitude in the middle of the day. Lessons are well priced priced, and equipment rentals are only a little extra. The Brighton Ski School also offers ski lessons for kids aged 3.

For ages 13+, group lessons are for two hours and there are also inexpensive 1 day and 3 day intro beginner packages that include equipment rentals and lift pass.

Private lessons are also held and are some of the cheapest in Utah, so this could be the place to get some individualised attention.

Brighton Ski Rentals and Snowboard Rental

Brighton Resort rents out standard snowboards and skis as well as various brands of high performance equipment. The Brighton ski rentals and snowboard rentals are reasonably inexpensive. The rental shop does not have clothing.

Tune-ups, waxes, and repairs are available at the repair shop.

Facilities for Children

Brighton Resort does not provide facilities for child care.

Eating On Mountain

The main cafeteria at Brighton is the Alpine Rose located at the main base of the resort. The eatery serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The hearty fare is pretty standard for a ski resort cafeteria and the prices are very reasonable. On nice weather days, try the BBQ out on the deck.

The Molly Green’s pub is a great place for an adults’ lunch. The menu is varied and the atmosphere in the A-frame building is very conducive to perching for a long lunch in front of the fire. Next door is the brown baggers area and families can order take-away pizzas from Molly Green’s.

The Millicent Chalet at the base of the Milly chair is a fantastic addition to the resort so that riders no longer have to get over to the Majestic side in order to fuel up. The food is very reasonable at the Milly Chalet, but the ugly concrete monstrosity is probably avalanche proof, and would probably also survive a nuclear attack.