Getting To Sundance Ski Resort

Getting To Sundance Ski Resort

Where is Sundance Resort?

Sundance Resort is located in the snowy, religion soaked state of Utah, and 1 ½ hours drive south of Salt Lake City, a short drive off the I15 near Provo.

Other Ski Resorts Nearby

Some of the (other) greatest ski hills in the world are just up the road from Sundance. Take your pick from Snowbird, Alta, Solitude and Brighton. A little further is Park City, Deer Valley, and a little further still near Ogden there are ............ I’m not saying, they are too good. For something completely different head south to Eagle Point (the old Elk Meadows) and Brian Head.

Driving To Sundance

Salt Lake City is the gateway airport. From there, in short, private transport is the only way to the resort. There is no public bus or other links.

A large range of car rental is available at Salt Lake City airport. You can search for a great car rental deal here.

To drive there take the Interstate (I15) south from Salt Lake City, take exit #272 exit and turn left heading east on 800 North, Orem. Merge left onto Hwy 189, drive for 11km to Scenic Route 92 (it comes up quickly so be wary). You go through a tunnel just before the turn off. Turn left and it’s less than 4 km up a sometimes slippery road to the paradise that is Sundance.

You can also drive to Sundance from Park City via Heber City and then travelling west on Hwy 189 to Scenic Route 92.

Remember that whilst on a map, Scenic Route 92 goes all the way north and west to the I15, the road is closed in winter just beyond Sundance.

Getting Around Sundance Resort

If you are day tripping and get stuck in the top car park, you will be well serviced by small shuttle buses that are on continual rotation. You can ski back to your car via the maverick run or take the bus back up.

For overnighters, a phone call will get a complimentary village car coming up to your accom to whiz you down to the village, or vice versa.

Alternatively, a superb walking trail network exists in the resort and nothing is so far away that walking is ever out of the question. The trails are delicately lit up at night. Suck in some fresh air and stretch those weary legs.