Getting to Solitude
At only 32 miles from the Salt Lake City airport, Solitude is one of the most accessible ski resorts in the United States.
Nearest Airports to Solitude
Salt Lake City International Airport provides easy access to Solitude. Roughly 35-40 minutes by car from the village, getting to Solitude is a breeze. Salt Lake is a major hub for Delta airlines and there are over 600 scheduled daily airline departures and arrivals to almost 90 nonstop destinations.
Transfers to Solitude from Salt Lake City Airport
Ski-Lifts Airport to Resort Private Transfers
Each year, Ski-Lifts helps over 100,000 skiers get from the airport to the door of their accommodation in ski resorts all over the world, including Solitude and the other resorts around Salt Lake International airport . Get a quote and book online >>>
Airport Car Hire / Car & SUV Rental for Solitude
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Be advised that 4WD or chains is required to enter Big Cottonwood Canyon at most times during winter. Additionally, Guardsman Pass from Park City to Solitude is closed during winter months. The only way in and out during winter is up the Big Cottonwood Canyon access road which leads up from the valley floor in Sandy, UT.
Utah Transit Authority Ski Bus
The UTA runs a linited ski bus service in winter. A park and ride parking lot is located at the entrance to Big Cottonwood Canyon in Sandy, UT. The timetable is at: https://www.rideuta.com