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Transportation

Getting to Brighton is easy! Brighton is located at the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon, just 35 minutes southeast of downtown Salt Lake City and the Salt Lake International Airport.

Salt Lake International Airport

Seventeen domestic airlines operate 972 scheduled flights daily, and 466 of the flights are non-stop. Delta Airlines serves cities nationwide with 108 nonstop flights daily.

For international travelers, a translation service is installed throughout the airport for on-the-spot translation of 250 languages via the telephone system.

Ride the UTA Ski Bus From Salt Lake To Brighton

Those who opt to stay in downtown Salt Lake City can ride specially equipped Utah Transit Authority (UTA) ski buses to Brighton and three other resorts. The buses stop at 10 hotels in downtown plus 15 other hotels in the greater Salt Lake area, and they stop at park-and-ride pick up points along the way. No need for a car.

That means you can take the bus from your hotel in downtown Salt Lake up to Brighton to ski and ride. Buses run frequently all day long so when your legs fall off, you can hop a bus back to your hotel and get ready for the evening. The one-way fare is $5.50 for 2014-2015. Tip: Take the correct abount because bus drivers cannot give change.

View schedule and map

Visit UTA for more info

888-RIDE-UTA

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Sign up for Uber here!

Other Transportation

All Resort Express, limousine
800.457.9457

Cottonwood Carriages
801.554.7818

Canyon Hop Transportation
Park City to Salt Lake City transit
801.860.7544

Canyon Transportation
Fleet of 4×4s
800.255.1841

Le Bus groups
800.366.0288

Lewis Stages
Buses and vans
800.826.5844

Driving Instructions

From the Airport

  • Take Interstate I-215 South to Exit 6 / 6200 South.
  • Exit to the right. It becomes Wasatch Drive.
  • At Big Cottonwood Canyon turn left. (As a landmark, there’s a 7-Eleven on the corner of Wasatch Drive and Big Cottonwood Canyon Road.)
  • Take Big Cottonwood Canyon Road to Brighton at the top of the canyon.

From downtown Salt Lake City

  • Take either State Street or 700 East and travel south to Interstate I-80 East.
  • Follow I-80 East to Interstate I-215 South.
  • Take I-215 South to Exit 6 / 6200 South.
  • Exit to the right. It becomes Wasatch Drive.
  • At Big Cottonwood Canyon turn left. (As a landmark, there’s a 7-Eleven on the corner of Wasatch Drive and Big Cottonwood Canyon Road.)
  • Take Big Cottonwood Canyon Road to Brighton at the top of the canyon.

From areas south of Salt Lake City

  • Travel to 7200 South and take it east toward the mountains. When it reaches the mouth of the canyon it becomes Big Cottonwood Road.
  • Take Big Cottonwood Canyon Road to Brighton at the top of the canyon.
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Join our fishy employees the @brightonanglers this Saturday in Provo Canyon as we all take a turn to give back to the environment with a river cleanup event held on May 7th, 2015 from 9AM to 3PM. You may check in at Vivian Park, Pavilion 1 from 9-11 AM for garbage bags and river section assignment or you may choose your own clean up section and just go for it. Attendees are requested to safely collect trash along the Provo River and deliver it to Vivian Park Pavilion 1 at anytime from 9 AM - 2 PM. In exchange for your bag of garbage, you will be given 1 voucher for a free lunch that may be redeemed between 12-2PM and a prize drawing ticket. The prize drawing will be held at 2:30PM. **YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN** The grand prize this year is awesome which includes: 2 hotel nights for 2 at the @waldorfparkcity, $250 dinner certificate at the Waldorf Astoria's on site restaurant Powder and a 1 day guided fishing trip on the Provo river with @rockymtnoutfitters. Your prize drawing ticket enters you to win! In addition, we have secured prizes from more than a dozen sponsors that include fly shops, fly fishing equipment and apparel manufacturers, and local businesses. These sponsors are providing prizes, food, and other event support personnel and services.

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