Getting to Park City
Park City Mountain Resort is just a short 35-minute drive from Salt Lake City International Airport and ease of access to this biggest lift-connected ski area in the USA is just one of Park City’s major attractions. From the airport to the resort takes around 35-40-minutes by road, depending on whether you are staying at Park City Historic Town or at Park City Canyons Mountain Village.
Nearest Airport to Park City is Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) is located five miles northwest of downtown Salt Lake City with more than 300 flight connections daily to / from 90 non-stop destinations.
The airport is a major hub for Delta Airlines with around 70% of flights operated by Delta including non-stop direct flights from Amsterdam, London and Paris. Other airlines flying into SLC include AeroMexico, Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Eurowings Discover, Frontier, Jet Blue, KLM, Spirit, Southwest Airlines and United.
From Salt Lake City International Airport to Park City base area is around a 45-minute drive.
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Booking.com Connected Trip now allows independent travellers to book Accommodations, Flights and Car Rentals and to manage all your bookings in one place via Booking.com with Genius discounts too where eligible. You can book private Airport Taxis too, which may be fine for getting from the airport to downtown Salt Lake City, but for Park City Mountrain and other Utah ski resorts, we recommend using a specialist airport transfer operator.
Transfers from Salt Lake City Airport to Park City
Ground transportation options include a number of reliable local operators such as Canyon Transportation, with service desks within Salt Lake City airport, as well as ski shuttle specialists Ski Lifts offering ski resort transfers worldwide in partnership with trusted local transportation companies.
Canyon Transportation Airport Van & SUV Shuttle Service including Utah’s Largest 4×4 Fleet operate airport transfer shuttle services between Salt Lake City, Park City, Deer Valley and other Utah ski resorts. 24/7 customer support and experienced drivers with up to 30 years’ experience driving on snow covered windy canyon roads. Canyon Transportation Rates & Reservations Online
Ski-Lifts offer a range of airport transfers from Salt Lake City to Park City via their network of award-winning reliable transfer companies employing experienced drivers with decades of local knowledge, great value prices and 24/7 customer service for transfer-related enquiries. And if you’re planning on bringing your own skis, there is no extra charge for ski equipment. Get a Ski Lifts Transfer Quote & Book Online
Salt Lake City Express bus service runs twice daily from Salt Lake City Airport and Park City with scheduled departures (8:30am and 5:30pm) and journey time around 45 minutes. Each passenger is allowed one carry-on bag and a maximum of 5 checked bags (two checked in bags free and additional bags $10 each). Office open 24/7. View Salt Lake City Express Pick Up Locations & Book Online
Yellow Cab Taxi Service at Salt Lake City Airport
Yellow Cab Utah local taxi service from Salt Lake City Airport can be booked online or by phone 801-521-2100. Other taxi options include Uber and Lyft, but dynamic pricing may mean that the fare quoted when standing outside the airport is substantially higher than indicated when checking prices on your phone pre-departure. Also, if traveling with ski equipment a local taxi service may be problematic.
Car Hire at Salt Lake City Airport
Renting a car or SUV at the airport may be the best option, particularly for families or groups, if you’re confident driving in snowy conditions. Having your own car offers added convenience for exploring Park City and especially if planning to ski other ski resorts such as Alta, Deer Valley, Snowbird, Brighton, Solitude or Snowbasin.
Search for the best deals from multiple car-hire firms including big brands such as Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz, National and Sixt. Free cancellations on most bookings up to 48 hours before pick-up, customer support in over 30 languages and a price match guarantee means you can lock in the best offer with Genius discount where eligible. Search Popular Car Hire Brands & Book Online
Getting to Park City by Rail
There are no rail connections to Park City, so those preferring to travel by train should check rail routes to Salt Lake City. These include Amtrak’s wonderfully scenic California Zephyr route between Chicago and San Francisco, but flying to SLC is a better option and particularly in winter when rail schedules can be disrupted. For rail fares, schedules, and reservations visit www.Amtrak.com, or call 800-872-7245.
Driving to Park City
From Salt Lake City International Airport to Park City is an easy drive on I-80W via Salt Lake City to Kimball Junction, then head south on UT-224N to Park City (37 miles / 45 minutes).
West Coast skiers traveling from LA or San Francisco can drive to Park City in around 11-12 hours (cheaper than flying if car sharing), but most US skiers choose to fly to Salt Lake City. If planning to ski multiple Utah and Colorado in one trip, driving from Denver Colorado to Park City Utah takes around 8 hours.
Parking at Park City Mountain Village
Getting around Park City/ Canyons
A free shuttle bus system links Park City with Canyons base and Kimball Junction, running every twenty minutes during the day and at 30-minute intervals in the evening, so a car is not essential.
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