By Ride Utah \ March 1 2012 \ 2 Comments
Brighton Ski Resort is known for having a great terrain park with enough videos to prove that point, but what gets left out most often is the natural terrain park that is unmatched anywhere else in the world. The chutes, cliffs and rollers are ever changing with snow totals and new powder. I’ve explored almost every nook and cranny at Brighton for the past 20 years and I’m still surprised how much fun you can have here on a powder day. This was all shot in-bounds and the side country of Mt. Millicent with so many more areas to explore. And since it was a leap year after all we found ourselves leaping into chutes and off cliffs to our delight in the 16” total of new that had come in the last 48 hours. And with a base approaching 100” and another 12” over night on March 1, the season seems to finally be coming in strong with more storms on the horizon, so book you flight now and call in those sick days, because Utah is getting ILL!
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