As your plane makes the final approach, it becomes obvious: to describe Salt Lake City’s proximity to the mountains as close is an understatement. Yes, those snowy peaks you see outside the window as you taxi to the terminal are indeed the ones you’ll be skiing or riding. Eleven resorts are just an hour’s drive from the airport. And when we say an hour, we mean 60 minutes. Not the 100-plus miles of clogged freeway between the airport and mountains elsewhere. What’s more is that you can take off from either coast in the morning and be carving up Utah’s famous powder snow by afternoon. Direct flights from more than 80 U.S. cities arrive here every day.
Salt Lake International Airport to Snowbird
Real-time video shows how long it actually takes to get from passengar pick-up at the SLC airport to the top of the Tram at Snowbird, geared up and ready to ski.
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Try the Utah Transist Authority Trip Planning tool to help you route you to your destination, be it a resort or the nearest stop to your hotel.
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March 14 2014 5 Comments
Utah x 14²= 11 ski resorts less than 100 miles apart, all 14 world class resorts within a days drive and 14 consecutive days to slide them all. Ski Utah tasked our mini Yeti to venture out from his lair at the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon and sample the goods.