Park City, Utah is accessible through a variety of routes and transportation options. Many visitors fly in to Salt Lake City Airport from various national and international destinations and the choose from a range of ground transportation including airport shuttles, taxis, limousines, commercial buses, and car rentals. Some accommodation establishments also provide free airport shuttle service for registered guests.
During winter, the Utah Transit Authority (UTA) provides inexpensive transit on TRAX and buses to and from Salt Lake City and five ski resorts near Park City.
Once in Park City, explore local attractions on the town’s free shuttle service with stops to Historic Main Street, Kimball Junction, local resorts and more. Park City's Trolley also carries passengers up and down the main thoroughfare free of charge.
For road travelers, Park City is located on UT-224/Olympic Parkway just 40 minutes (33 miles) east of Salt Lake City.
From Salt Lake City, travel east on I-80 before taking exit 145 towards Kimball Junction and continue traveling south on UT-224 S/Olympic Parkway.
From the east, travel west on I-80 before exiting on to US-189 S/US-40 E.
During winter travel, be sure to check road reports for icy or snowy conditions.
Salt Lake City, Utah - Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) serves eight commercial airlines with hundreds of domestic and international flights arriving and departing daily. Located just 37 miles west of Park City, choose from car rental, private shuttle, commercial buses or taxi service to reach Park City. During winter, Utah Transit Authority (UTA) provides a ski bus service to area resorts.
Provo, Utah – Provo Municipal Airport (PVU) is open for public use however there is currently no commercial airline service to this location. The airport features two runways and charter service is provided by Million Air Provo. Located 1 hour (45 miles) south of Park City, just east of I-15.
Major car rental companies are located in Park City and neighboring communities in Snyderville Basin and Heber Valley as well as Salt Lake City Airport. Car rental is a great option if you wish to visit the area at your own pace.
Park City provides a free, year-round shuttle service that carries passengers to various locations within town proper including local resorts. Bus stops are indicated by blue signs and an average of three buses per hour arrives and departs from each stop. Shuttles run daily.
Visitors may also utilize free transport up and down Main Street on the Park City Trolley. The trolley operates daily from 10 am – 10 pm and makes connections to Old Town Transit Center every 15 minutes.
Many commercial bus services operate in and around Park City to various regional locations. Contact Park City Chamber of Commerce for specific carriers, schedules, tours, and rates.
UTA Ski Bus
During ski season, catch a lift to Alta, Brighton, Snowbird and Solitude Resorts in Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons and to Sundance Ski Resort in Utah county on UTA TRAX lines and buses. Shuttles depart from various locations including transport to Sundance from park and ride locations in Orem, Utah. Call 1-888-RIDE-UTA (743-3882).