Park City is one of the most accessible ski resorts across America. The Salt Lake City airport (SLC) has direct flights available from just about every major airport in the nation, coupled with a short 45 minute drive from the airport to Park City Ski Resort. The SLC airport is large, modern, and convenient.
While visiting Park City I talked to people from all over the country including Texas, South Carolina, New York, Boston, Los Angeles, and San Francisco – everyone was so delighted that Park City was an easy trip. This is a bit of a double edged sword of course. Ultra convenience is one of the key reasons why you’ll see some lift lines, pay higher rates, and need dinner reservations weeks in advance. But with some planning and timing off holiday periods, you’ll do just fine.
When planning your trip you should decide if you want to rent a car, or take shuttle from the airport. If you’re staying for a week or longer you may want to venture out and try skiing some of the other great resorts in the area like Snowbird, Alta, Solitude, Brighton, etc. A rental car really opens up the options, but there are also several shuttle services you can take from resort to resort as well.
We used Park City Passport to get from SLC to the Airport and the service was exceptional. Our ride was on time for both trips, there was plenty of room in the SUV, and our driver was safe, friendly and professional.
Here is the route from SLC Airport to Park City