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.
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.
1. Arrive at Brighton Resort prior to 11:00 am by UTA bus or with 3 or more people in a vehicle.
2. Every person in the vehicle and getting off the bus to work or ski at Brighton will receive a R.I.D.E Punch Card or get a punch on an existing Reward Ticket.
3. Exchange a R.I.D.E. Punch Card with 3 punches to redeem for a complimentary fountain beverage, coffee, tea or a hot chocolate at the Milly Chalet.
4. Exchange a R.I.D.E. Punch Card with 10 punches and redeem them for a half-price lift ticket voucher at the Ticket Office.
**No combining multiple cards**
Via UTA; “We’ve made significant changes to ski service this year to help combat canyon traffic and make it easier for locals to get to the slopes. Big and Little Cottonwood Canyon service has been streamlined to three routes: 953, 972 and 994. Service will run every 30 minutes during the day and every 15 minutes during peak times, seven days per week.
UTA worked with ski resort partners to improve Cottonwood Canyons ski service, with the goal of alleviating overcrowded buses, providing more consistent frequency and improving parking for ski bus riders. The new routes are designed to create more parking, more frequent service and convenient connections from TRAX, FrontRunner and downtown bus routes.”
All Resort Express, limousine
Canyon Hop Transportation
Park City to Salt Lake City transit
Fleet of 4×4s
Le Bus groups
Buses and vans
From the Airport
From downtown Salt Lake City
From areas south of Salt Lake City
All Unused Days Expire 4/23/2017
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