Getting to Utah—Easier than Ever
Utah is truly the most accessible and convenient ski destination. Once you arrive at the Salt Lake International Airport, you are within a one-hour drive of 11 (yes, 11) renowned ski resorts. And you’re only 10 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City, and 40 minutes from Park City. All you have to do is choose your own adventure. Powderbird conveniently operates in Little Cottonwood Canyon and Park City, offering resort backup skiing on no fly days at Alta and Snowbird Ski Resort, as well as the Canyons Resort in Park City, which is also minutes away from Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley. That leaves you with a whole lot of options.
Flights to Utah
Salt Lake City International Airport is easy to negotiate, has a friendly and helpful staff, and extremely fast check-in, security and baggage pick-up. JetBlue, Southwest, Delta and American all offer a wide variety of reasonably priced flights into Salt Lake City. Check out Kayak to see for yourself.
Once You’ve Arrived
Getting around Utah is easy. If you purchase a Super Pass through Visit Salt Lake a Ski Bus pass is included! Check out the UTA winter Ski Bus route and schedule at www.rideuta.com. Other options include airport transfers through Canyon Transportation directly to Snowbird, Alta, Brighton, Solitude or Park City, which runs for $68 round trip per person. Renting a car or SUV is also a very convenient way to navigate Salt Lake City and its surrounding resorts. There are tons of options available directly from the airport. Shop around for the best rates and service.
Many people don’t know how easy—and affordable—it is to get to Salt Lake City and Park City. Next time you’re planning a ski vacation consider Utah. There are many amazing ski resorts, hotels, bars, restaurants, and heli-skiing all within one hour of the airport. Spend less time traveling and more time enjoying your vacation!