HOW TO USE THE SKI BUS
GO FROM THE CITY TO THE SLOPES
The Utah Transit Authority (UTA) provides seasonal ski bus service to and from Alta, Brighton, Snowbird, and Solitude. Service for the winter season usually runs from November/December through March/April. While the ski bus doesn't serve the Salt Lake City Airport directly, the UTA TRAX light rail can take you straight from the airport to a nearby ski-bus stop.
Ski Bus service for the 2022-23 begins on December 11, 2022.
Ski Bus Fares
- Super Pass Holders: Free
- Just tap your Super Pass on the electronic pass reader when you board and exit the bus.
- One-Way Fare: $5.00
- Pay with exact change, contactless credit card, or UTA FAREPAY card.
- Senior One-Way Fare: $2.50
- This fare applies to passengers ages 65 and older. Pay with exact change, contactless credit card, or UTA FAREPAY card.
Transfers on UTA
If you pay a full fare on a ski bus, your ticket/receipt functions as a transfer, allowing you to board to another UTA bus or a TRAX train later in the day (within two hours) at no cost. If more than two hours has passed, you will need to purchase additional fare. Transfers will not be issued to Salt Lake Ski Super Pass holders.
Intra-Canyon Shuttle: $0
The Canyon Ski Shuttle Pass is valid for a one-way ride between Brighton and Solitude Ski Resorts. (Handy for Super Pass holders who want to ski Brighton and Solitude on the same day).
The Salt Lake Ski Super Pass is your discounted lift ticket to Salt Lake’s four world-class resorts. With the Super Pass, you can save money on ticket prices to Alta, Brighton, Snowbird and Solitude with no blackout dates. In addition to lift tickets, the Salt Lake Ski Super Pass includes public transit fare and rental shop discounts.
With the Salt Lake Connect Attractions Pass, you don’t have to pick and choose. For one low price, you get admission to 18 of the city’s best offerings at 14 different attractions using secure and convenient mobile tickets. Plus, you get to take advantage of exclusive perks and discounts.