Getting to and Around Park City

Getting around Park City without a car is easy, sustainable-minded, and a great way to help keep our streets and air free of congestion. Here’s how.

Getting to Park City 

  • The SLC-PC Connect offers regular service from central Salt Lake City to the Kimball Junction Transit Center.
  • High Valley Transit connects the Kimball Junction Transit Center and the Wasatch Back to Park City.
  • Park at the Ecker Hill Park & Ride and take High Valley Transit to Park City.
  • Many Park City hotels offer SLC airport shuttle services or hire a private car

Getting Around Park City

By Bus

Park City’s local bus service is free of charge to get from Main Street to the Mountains. 

By Bike or E-Bike

As a gold-level ride center, bicycle riders flock to Park City. It’s also a great way to get around town. From cruisers and road bikes to mountain bikes, and fat bikes, find your perfect ride here

Rules on E-bike Rentals and Trail Use Remember to please stay off the trail with your e-bike rental. Park City prohibits e-bikes on single-track trails except for e-bike riders 65 years and older, or those with a mobility disability. See Local Codes on Trail Use

Traveling to Salt Lake City

  • When you fly into the Salt Lake City airport, choose a direct flight if possible to reduce your carbon footprint.
  • Better yet, take a scenic train journey. Amtrak’s iconic California Zephyr stops in Salt Lake City.