Getting to and From the Utah Ski Slopes Via UTA Ski Bus

The 2016 / 2017 winter ski season winding down. Many of the ski resorts will close on April 15, 2017. However Snowbird will be open until May 1, 2017.  To get to the slopes the staff at UtahState.com works with UTA’s ski bus service to local ski resorts. Count on the team at UtahState.com for value and service. UtahState.com They can be reached by phone at 800-754-4136.

The  Utah Transit Authority (UTA) ski bus service serves Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons

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This ski season, the 2016 / 2017 Utah ski season, there are significant improvements are on tap for UTA ski bus service to Alta, Brighton, Snowbird and Solitude resorts. This year there is also improved connections to TRAX and FrontRunner, and Route 200 in Salt lake County.  The new service will run every day with 13-minute frequency during peak hours, and provide much increased auto parking capacity at various parking lots served by on the Utah ski ski bus routes. The team at UtahState.com also know all the details.This provides frequent all-day access to people staying at suburban hotels as part of their ski Utah vacation.Because of public feedback earlier in the fall, UTA plans to begin Cottonwood Canyon ski bus service on weekends only as early as December 1(subject to resort opening dates). Big and Little Cottonwood Canyon service will end on April 9, 2017.  Please feel free to check with the UtahState.com for questions about you ski vacations to Utah. Discount Ski City Super Lift Ticket discounts are alos available. This is home to the “Greatest Snow on Earth”.  UtahState.com is part of SnelgroveTravel.com in Layton Utah. They are #1 for vacations. This includes ski vacations.

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