08/08/2012 (press release: shuttleparkcity) // Park City , Utah // Tyler Crawford
The Wasatch Mountains which can be seen while traveling in a Park City shuttle, are known for the greatest snow on earth. Nothing quite compares to the exhilaration of skiing or snowboarding the Wasatch Mountain Range. Professional skiers and meteorologists say unique weather patterns produce colder, drier powder perfect for downhill skiing and snowboarding. Skiing such light powdery snow gives the sensation of weightlessness as skiers glide down the mountain and enjoy spectacular panoramic views of jagged peaks and alpine forests. Due to the unbeatable powder, the Wasatch Mountain Range contains many of the top ski resorts in the world such as Alta, Snowbird, Park City, Deer Valley, Brighton, and Snowbasin, which can be traveled to using different Salt Lake transportation companies. The ski resorts are not only famous for fluffy powder, but also for the variety of terrain, the spectacular scenery, and each resort’s proximity to Salt Lake City’s International Airport and Park City shuttle services. The Salt Lake transportation from the airport is convenient and affordable and makes traveling from Salt Lake City to any ski resort quick and easy. There are Park City shuttle companies that will transport travelers to the top of Little Cottonwood Canyon were Alta and Snowbird are located, Big Cottonwood Canyon where Brighton and Solitude are found, and through Parley’s Canyon to Park City Mountain Resort, Canyons ski resort, and Deer Valley.
In 2008, Snowbird and Alta were named the number one ski resorts in North America by Outside Magazine. Known for consistently getting the most snowfall per year in the Wasatch Mountain Range, Alta is a definite locals’ favorite, but Alta’s close proximity to Salt Lake City’s International Airport makes Alta easily accessible for Salt Lake transportation and to skiers from all parts of the globe. Salt Lake transportation allows efficient travel to Alta and Snowbird directly from the airport. Snowbird is famous for its 125-passenger Aerial Tram that travels an elevation of 8,100 feet to 11,000 feet in about 8 minutes, taking skiers and snowboarders to Hidden Peak and the infamous 2.5 mile Chip’s Run. Snowbird’s tram gives skiers and snowboarders a straight shot to the top of the mountain, cutting down on lift time and allowing for long and enjoyable runs down the slopes.
Named among the top 10 family resorts in North America every year, Park City Mountain Resort is also located only 35 minutes from the Salt Lake City airport by a Park City shuttle and receives an average of 360 inches of snowfall each year. Recently, Park City has made over $10 million in improvements which include a new high-speed lift with access to more than 2,000 acres of terrain, a new gladed run, and renovations of the their Mid-Mountain Lodge. Lastly, Park City Mountain Resort has the largest superpipe in the country, and its four terrain parks have been ranked among the top ten by Transworld Snowboarding Magazine for 5 consecutive years which a Park City shuttle can easily drop you off at.
These are just a few of the highlights skiers and snowboarders have to look forward when visiting Utah. There are a total of fourteen ski resorts within an hour of the Salt Lake City airport which are accessible by Salt Lake transportation companies and Park City shuttle companies. Thanks to Utah’s thriving Salt Lake transportation and Park City shuttle, it is comfortable and convenient for families of all shapes and sizes to come visit Utah’s top ski resorts and experience the greatest snow on earth. For more information about Park City shuttle and transportation options visit www.shuttleparkcity.com
Written by Jordan Kinghorn
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