How to get to Park City


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Getting to Park City

If accessibility is high on your list for a ski vacation, then Park City is sure to please. Park City is among one of the most accessible ski destinations in the world, thanks to nearby Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), which is just 35 minutes from Park City. More than 700 flights from more than 90 cities land at SLC on a daily basis. Once you arrive, you have the option of renting a car from one of the many rental car companies, or you can pre-arrange for a shuttle. Ask your lodging company if they offer shuttle service to and from the airport. And once you’re in Park City, getting around is also extremely easy thanks to a free bus system.

Directions to Park City from SLC

Head East on Interstate 80 for 4.4 miles. Merge onto 1-15 South/I-80 East heading Southbound for 2.5 miles. Continue on I-90 Eastbound for 21 miles. Exit I-80 at the Kimball Junction/Park City Exit 145. Bear right heading southbound on UT-224 for 6 miles. Turn right onto Empire Avenue and follow road up to the base parking facilities.

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