Here’s a few hints on the easiest way to get to and find your way around Park City for Elevation UTAH 2015.
Salt Lake City International Airport is the closest major airport to Park City. The airport is about 35 minutes away from the ski center so you’ll need to take an airport shuttle once you land. Many hotels offer complimentary shuttles to and from SLC for guests.
Greyhound travels into Salt Lake City and it’s easy enough to hop on the UTA service, a shuttle, or hail a taxi to Park City.
Trains stop at the Salt Lake City Amtrak station on the California Zephyr route for those traveling cross-country from Chicago, Denver, and San Francisco.
Rent a car once you fly in, or make it a road trip. Park City is located off of a major interstate, I-80, so it’s easy to access. You can also book a private limo for the airport commute. Hey, why not arrive in style?
Getting Around Park City
Once you’re in town, you’ll find it pretty easy to get around. Parking is a cinch for those that make the drive.
If you’re staying in historic downtown Park City, all you’ll need is within in walking distance—shops, restaurants, nightlife, and of course, the slopes.
Transit: For those not staying on Main Street, Park City offers free public transportation that’s environment-, bike-, and ski-friendly. The free Main Street Trolley operates from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily for destinations on Main, and connects to Old Town Transit Center.