Brighton Village

While no real mountain village exists, parking lot parties can provide ample entertainment during open mountain hours.

Brighton does not have a large base village for resort guests to stay, dine, and party. Instead, the parking lot often serves as the gathering for guests and locals to mingle and enjoy one another’s company. Locals typically bring grills and extra food up the canyon with them, and lawn chairs are normally set up alongside the traverse from the center mountain area towards the Millicent lift. In keeping with the tradition of the mountain, this is a no-frills zone where everything is shared, from beers, to food, to powder stashes.

Your best best for a true alpine village can be found at neighboring Solitude’s village.

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