October 8 2015
Brighton Resort, Utah October 7, 2015 - Brighton Resort is proud to announce it will be teaming up with local pros to create Utah’s premier pre-season terrain park named “The BoneZone”. Originally built in Guardsman Pass around 2008, the BoneZone was the result of the creative minds of Ted Borland, Alex Andrews and many other of today’s Utah snowboard pros. After years of YouTube edits, social media coverage and a huge underground following, Brighton Resort will be adopting it to their already extensive terrain park program. As Alex and Ted explained, “We had been creating parks in the woods for years during the pre-season. Since Brighton is our favorite place to ride, it was a perfect fit to bring the Bone Zone there!”
During the pre-season, before the resort opens, the BoneZone will be located in Brighton’s beginner area known as Explorer. “The BoneZone will consist of a range of features created out of logs as well as some traditional steel obstacles” explains Brighton Resort’s PR & Marketing Director, Jared Winkler. He continues, “We had large numbers of athletes coming to the mountain before we opened for the winter and dragging out a lot of our terrain park features and ultimately slowing up the process of opening up the resort. We feel this is a great alternative that makes everyone happy.” The Bonezone will open to snowboarders, skiers, snow bikers and other snow enthusiasts as soon as conditions allow. Once the resort lifts open for the season and terrain expands, The Bonezone features will be moved to the upper mountain terrain parks.
If you can’t make it over to Brighton Resort to experience the BoneZone, look for edits and updates on Snowboardermag.com as well as on Instagram @brightonresort and @bonezonebrighton.
For more information, visit: www.brightonresort.com
About Brighton Resort
Brighton Resort, Top rated by Transworld Snowboarding and Ski Magazine in the categories of Snow, Accessibility, Value and Terrain Parks, is less than 45 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport. One of Utah’s most accessible resorts, Brighton offers frequent public bus transportation from many points in downtown Salt Lake City and park & ride lots around the valley. Located at the highest point of Big Cottonwood Canyon, Brighton Resort averages over 500” of snow annually with over 1050 acres and 1,875 vertical feet of ski-able terrain. Brighton is Utah’s only resort that can boast 100% of its terrain is accessible by high speed quads making for less traversing and more skiing. With 22 runs on over 200 illuminated acres, Brighton Resort offers the most night skiing terrain in Utah. Visit Brighton Resort and find out why families come back year after year for the best conditions and terrain for all ages and skill levels.