How to Get Here

Accessing Solitude Mountain Resort is quick and convenient.

Fly into the Salt Lake City International Airport, hop in a shuttle or rent a car, and arrive at Solitude Mountain Resort 34 miles later. With hundreds of flights arriving and departing each day, you’ll be able to maximize your time at Solitude.


Address: 12000 BIG COTTONWOOD CANYON Phone: 801.441.0374

Resources

transportation Resource
Airport Shuttle Canyon Transportation is our recommended shuttle service from Salt Lake City International Airport
UTA Bus Information UTA Bus Service and Schedule
UTA Ski Bus* UTA Ski Bus Service and Schedule
Road Conditions UPD Commuter Current Road Conditions
Uber/Lyft Use with caution. Uber and Lyft can offer transportation to Solitude, but rarely have drivers available for return trips. 

*Complimentary access to the UTA Ski Bus is included in all Solitude season passes, including Ikon Passes. Ikon Pass holders can activate this benefit by bringing their Ikon Pass to a Solitude ticket window, allowing us to scan the pass and capture the appropriate data. 

Please Note: If you used Uber to arrive at the resort, you will likely need to find alternate transportation for your return to the Salt Lake City area. We suggest Canyon Transportation.

Important travel information for visitors in Big Cottonwood Canyon

UDOT (Utah Department of Transportation) Guidelines for Travel in Big Cottonwood Canyon
The Utah Department of Transportation requires that ALL vehicles traveling in the canyon between October 1 and April 30 must be four-wheel drive (4x4) and equipped with approved snow tires with sufficient tread and identified by M + S (mud and snow) or a snowflake symbol on the sidewall of the tire. Absent approved tires, drivers must have properly-sized chains in the vehicle ready for use. Violators of these regulations will be ticketed.

Parking Regulations are in Effect on Highway 190 (Big Cottonwood Canyon)
If you choose to park on the highway, all four tires must be right of the white line. Be aware of cones and NO PARKING signs that mark restricted areas. If you choose to park illegally on the road or in a NO PARKING zone, you can expect to be ticketed or towed by the Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake, the prevailing jurisdiction along Highway 190.

Weather Resources

NOAA.gov - National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration for Solitude, UT

NWS Cottonwood Canyons Weather Forecast

OpenSnow - Utah Daily Snow Report

Utah Avalanche Center Report