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Transportation

ONE CITY. FOUR RESORTS.

The Super Pass is your golden ticket to everything Ski City has to offer. With a Super Pass in hand, you save on direct-to-lift access to the resort(s) of your choosing—Alta, Brighton, Snowbird, and Solitude. This means no lift-ticket windows and more freedom to ski it all. You'll also save up to 40% on ski rentals. When the ski day is over, your Super Pass gets you a free ride on TRAX light rail and UTA ski buses, so you can transition seamlessly to the city's apres scene.

There are two mass transit options available in Sandy:

Light Rail:

The light rail, known as TRAX, operated by the Utah Transit Authority UTA provides easy access to cities throughout Salt Lake County. The Sandy/Salt Lake line currently runs from Downtown Salt Lake City to Sandy City. Additional light rail lines extend throughout the Salt Lake Valley.

A map of the light rail line and stops can be found here.

Bus Service:

The bus system in Sandy is also operated by the Utah Transit Authority. UTA provides over 100 bus routes to Sandy and neighboring cities.

A map of the bus system can be found here.

Exclusive ski routes can be found here.

For more information about mass transit in the Sandy area, visit www.rideuta.com

Driving directions from central Sandy: Head east towards the mountains on 9400 s to the mouth of the Little Cottonwood Canyon. Continue eastward into canyon approximately 8.2 miles to snowbird entrance #1. Drive 1 mile further to Alta Base Lodge

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