Question - How far is Alta from Park City?

Answered by: Norma Evans  |  Category: General  |  Last Updated: 26-06-2022  |  Views: 1138  |  Total Questions: 14

There are 8. 34 miles from Park City to Alta in southwest direction and 41 miles (65. 98 kilometers) by car, following the UT 210 route. Park City and Alta are 54 minutes far apart, if you drive non-stop. 9. Our ski shuttles from Park City to Alta and Snowbird operate through most of the ski season. They depart Park City at about 7. 30 a. m., in time to get to Alta and Snowbird before opening. They depart the resorts for Park City at about 4. 15 p. m. The cost is $55 per person, round trip. There are 17. 80 miles from Salt Lake City to Alta in southeast direction and 29 miles (46. 67 kilometers) by car, following the UT 210 route. Salt Lake City and Alta are 39 minutes far apart, if you drive non-stop.

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https://www.ultimate-ski.com/ski-resorts/usa/snowbird/

Snowbird's beginner skiing is surprisingly good. Mid-Gad and Baby Thunder lifts have the most green terrain, but the Baldy Express on the backside has the best green runs. Over a quarter of Snowbird's mountain is suitable for beginners.

https://www.powderhounds.com/USA/Utah/Snowbird.aspx

The Village The small pedestrian village of Snowbird UT is not really a village in the truest sense. There's no little main street where you can stroll along and visit the shops, restaurants and bars.

https://www.snowbird.com/winter-activities/tram-to-the-summit/

2019/20 Foot Passenger Tram Pricing: 1-Ride Adult: $28. 1-Ride Youth (7-16): $24.

https://www.altalodge.com/skiing/lift-tickets/

Lift Tickets Alta Ski Area – Ticket Window New Ticket Area Day – Adult $125 Area Afternoon – Adult (12:30 pm – 4:30 pm) $103 Late Afternoon – Adult (2:30 pm – 4:30 pm) $52 Area Day – Child 12 & under $65

https://www.skiutah.com/news/authors/pr/alta-and-snowbird-to-open-the

Alta Ski Area and Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort offer the AltaSnowbird ticket, which enables skiers to access both resorts' terrain. A connection gate sits at the saddle separating Alta's Albion Basin and Snowbird's Mineral Basin. On Sunday, December 27, the connection will open for this ski season.

https://www.snowbird.com/maps/

To Snowbird from Park City and Points East Take Exit 130 to I-215 south. Get off at Exit 6 (6200 South) and go east on 6200 South, toward the mountains. This road will lead you straight to UT-210 and up Little Cottonwood Canyon to Snowbird.

https://www.rideuta.com/Rider-Info/How-To-Ride/How-to-Pay-Your-Fare

Paying Your Fare on TRAX To purchase a ticket, use the ticket machines located at each TRAX station. These can be found on or near the platforms at each station. Cash (bills and coins) and debit/credit cards are accepted at ticket machines. Ticket machines accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.

https://www.rideuta.com/Rider-Tools/Schedules-and-Maps/750-FrontRunner

For information on qualifying for a reduced fare, contact (801) RIDE-UTA. This fare is distance based with a base fare of $1. 25 for travel to one station plus $0. 30 for each additional station. The maximum reduced fare from Provo to Pleasant View is $5. 15 one way.

https://www.rideuta.com/Fares-And-Passes/Buy-A-Pass

Day Passes (5 Pack) Day passes can also be purchased at ticket machines on UTA rail stations and from UTA bus operators before starting your trip. This fare can also be purchased using the new UTA GoRide app.

https://www.rideuta.com/Rider-Info/How-To-Ride/How-to-Ride-TRAX

Riding TRAX is Easy Go to your nearest TRAX station. You can board or exit TRAX at stations across the Salt Lake Valley. Purchase your ticket. Locate the correct platform. Stand behind the yellow strip. Determine if this is the train you want to get on. Board the train.

https://www.rideuta.com/News/2019/02/Free-Fare-Days

Today UTA was joined by Salt Lake County, Intermountain Healthcare, the Salt Lake City Mayor's Office and Davis County to offer the public free rides on all modes of transportation all day on Thursday, February 28 and Friday, March 1. The medical community will also play a prominent role in Free Fare Days on UTA.

https://www.rome2rio.com/s/Salt-Lake-City/Park-City-UT-USA

Is there a direct bus between Salt Lake City and Park City? No, there is no direct bus from Salt Lake City to Park City. However, there are services departing from 200 S / State St and arriving at Old Town Transit Center via KJ Transit Center. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 1h 9m.