How To Get To Park City Mountain Resort

Here is our guide on how to get to Park City Mountain Resort. It covers getting to Park City by air, airport transfer, by car, and how to get around Park City and Canyons once in town or in the village. Park City Utah is located in the Wasatch Range.

Flying Into Park City Mountain Resort

Salt Lake City International airport (SLC) has non-stop flights from over 70 U.S. cities, and then it’s a 40-minute shuttle transfer of 41 miles (65 km) to Park City, Utah.

Airport Shuttle Service

There is a daily airport shuttle service from Salt Lake City to Park City. You can book a shared or private shuttle. Private shuttles can make grocery stops along the way, so you can arrive with everything you need to make a great start to your holiday.

We can arrange and book all of your airport shuttle transfers for you.

Driving Directions To Park City Mountain Resort

It is a fairly straightforward drive, so there is no great need for complex step-by-step directions. You depart from Salt Lake City and take I-80 E towards Summit County and take exit 145 to UT-224 towards Park City. After 6 miles, turn right onto Empire Avenue and follow it to signs directing entry to the base parking facilities or your lodging. There is no overnight parking in the surface parking lots.

Driving directions to Canyons

You depart Salt Lake City and follow UT-224 from I-80 towards Park City. After 3 miles, turn right onto Canyons Resort Drive and follow it to signs directing entry to the base parking facilities. You can’t overnight park in the surface parking lots.

In Town Park City Free Transport System

The town has a skier-friendly bus, bio-diesel, and bike transport system to get you around Park City.

Canyons Village Direct

There is free transportation in Canyons Village via the Canyons Village Direct app. Search for Canyons Village Direct on the app’s stores and download the app, create an account, and request a free ride with the touch of a button.

The service runs during the winter ski season. Hours of Operation: 7:00 am – 10:00 pm. Service Areas:

Upper Village:

  • Apex Residences
  • Aspen Creek Crossing
  • Dutch Draw
  • Grand Summit / Westgate Park City bus stop
  • Hyatt Centric Park City
  • Lift Park City
  • Silverado Lodge
  • Ski Patrol / First Aid Clinic
  • Sundial Lodge
  • Sunrise Lodge, a Hilton Grand Vacations Club
  • The Ridge at Canyons Village
  • The Timbers
  • Vintage on the Strand
  • Westgate Park City
  • YOTELPAD

Lower Village:

  • Hidden Creek
  • Park City Mountain Team Building
  • Red Pine Condominiums
  • Residences at Blackstone
  • White Pine Canyon Village

Frostwood Village:

  • Canyon Residences
  • Club Wyndham Park City
  • Fairway Springs
  • Frostwood Ski & Golf Villas
  • Juniper Landing
  • WorldMark Park City/Raintree’s The Miners Club

Canyons Village Transit Hub:

  • Pick-up and drop-off point at the top of the bus stop stairs (bottom of the Cabriolet parking lot)

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Why Travel To Park City Mountain Resort?

Park City Mountain Resort, the town of Park City, and Canyons Village combine to consistently rank in and around as a top 10 ski destination in the United States. The location is ideal with 7,300 acres of terrain making it the largest ski area in the US. it’s popular with skiers, snowboarders, and families.

The transfer is a relatively quick 40-minute ride from Salt Lake City Airport and you can make the trip with your car or shuttle. Mountain access is ideal as you can access the mountain from three main areas. You access via Main Street, Park City Mountain Village, and Canyons Village.

While staying in Park City, you can also access Deer Valley, however to ski and ride deer valley you need a different lift ticket. Deer Valley has different owners than Park City. Park City Mountain Resort is owned by Vail Resorts Management Company that operate multiple ski resorts across the United States, Canada, and Australia.

You can ski and ride Park City Mountain Resort with the correct lift tickets or EPIC Pass. Lift tickets are sold in day and multi-day passes. There is a Park City Ski School that caters for and can take care of all of your lessons and ski and snowboard improvement needs.

With over 100 Park City restaurants there is an amazing variety of food options.

Park City Mountain Resort offers exceptional shopping.

Park City Mountain Resort is home to the Sundance Film Festival each year.

Park City Mountain Resort also offers a wider variety of things to do, shopping and fun activities for the whole family.

All in all, a visit to Park City Mountain Resort is a must for skiers, snowboarders, and families as it is easy to get there and the resort is massive and there are plenty of things to make it a wonderful ski vacation.

Google Map screenshot showing route to Park City Ski Resort from Salt Lake City Airport