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BRIGHTON OPENS WEDNESDAY NOV. 11th for the 2009-10 SEASON

by Ski Utah Yeti November 9 2009 0 Comments

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BRIGHTON, UTAH (November 9, 2009) – Brighton announced today it would open for the 2009-10 season at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, November 11th with limited trail access from the Majestic and Explorer lifts. Lift tickets are discounted to $30 for the Veterans Day opening.

The mountain is reporting 16 inches of snow at mid mountain.

“With colder temperatures coming to Utah on Thursday, our crews are hopeful that they will be able to open up additional lifts on the weekend,” said Brighton spokesperson, Jared Winkler.

Word is that they will have Majestic and Explorer open with limited trail access and a 16 inch base.  Lift tickets will only be $30.  

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