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Are the shuttles to Snowbird, Solitude and Brighton free?

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Are the shuttles to Snowbird, Solitude and Brighton free?

I have seen the park and rides at the mouth of the canyons - it looks like a good idea to take the shuttle so we don't have to park at the ski areas, but are those shuttles free? Do the ski areas charge for parking?

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1. Re: Are the shuttles to Snowbird, Solitude and Brighton free?

One-way Fare / Ski Day Pass $3.25 / $6.50

The Ski Day Pass and One-way Fares are seasonal. The Ski Day Pass is valid for unlimited travel on ski buses and TRAX. The one-way cash fare is valid for travel on ski bus service to participating resorts. This pass is available at select UTA Pass Sales Outlets and on this website. ( you cannot buy the skipass at the Trax stations)

rideuta.com/ridingUTA/payingFare/fares.aspx

You should also be able to pay the driver, but have exact change.

No charge for parking at the resorts or at the park and ride lots.

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