Located a mere 32 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), Snowbird is among North America’s most accessible, world-class ski resorts. SLC is serviced by nine airlines with about 650 departures and arrivals daily from 89 non-stop U.S. cities, not to mention a slew of international cities.Once you’ve arrived in SLC you can opt for a resort shuttle or rent a car. Unless you plan on skiing at Salt Lake City resorts other than Snowbird and neighboring Alta, you really don’t need a rental car since Snowbird is self-contained and has everything you need right there.Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists are here to help you find and book your preferred flight, and reserve shuttles and rental cars if needed. Call, or chat with, one of the today. Then, all you have left to do is dream about your future, powder-filled Snowbird ski vacation
If you do opt to rent a car, you’ll want to head west out of the airport toward Terminal Drive. Continue straight onto Terminal Drive. Take a slight right to stay on Terminal Drive. Take I-80 E ramp on the left to City Center/Ogden/Provo. Keep left at the fork, following signs for I-80 E. Merge onto I-80 E. Take exit 117 toward Provo. In about a mile, merge onto I-215 S. Drive for 15 miles. Then take exit 6 for UT-190 E toward 3000 E. Turn right onto UT-190 E/6200 S/Big Cottonwood Road S. Follow UT-190 E for nearly two miles. Continue onto S Wasatch Boulevard, driving for about two miles. Continue onto UT-210 S/N Little Cottonwood Road. Drive for about eight and a half miles. Take a slight right onto Alta by-Pass Road. The resort is on your right.
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