UTA Ski Bus 2023 – 2024 Ski Season

The Utah Transit Authority Ski Bus service is limited to Route 994, from Historic Sandy Station to Snowbird and Alta. “The 994” stops at Snowbird Entry 1, the Snowbird Center, and the Goldminer’s Daughter/Wildcat Parking Lot in Alta. The service will run daily until April 13, 2024. Click here for information about Route 994, including schedule, stops, and maps.

Town Shuttle Services 2023 – 2024 Ski Season:

The Town Shuttle, also known as the Alta Resort Shuttle and the Night Shuttle, are up and running for the season. These around-town services can help fill the gap left by recent cuts to UTA Ski Bus Service. See below for details:

Town Shuttle

  • Picks up at Goldminer’s Daughter and Snowbird Cliff Lodge bus stops and circulates between various locations in Alta to help UTA passengers reach up-canyon destinations
  • December 10 to April 13 from 6:45 am to 6:00 pm

Resort Shuttle

  • Traditional on-demand and circulating service between “West Alta” neighborhoods and central Alta destinations
  • December 15 to April 14 from 8:15 am to 5:15 pm

Night Shuttle

  • On-demand service between Alta and Snowbird during evening hours
  • December 22 to April 13 from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Numerous taxi and shuttle companies serve our canyon visitors to and from the Salt Lake International Airport in four-wheel drive vans. The following is a list and contact information for these Alta-licensed businesses.

Alpine Transportation 801-410-4001

Alta Shuttle: 866 274-0225 or

Canyon Transportation: 801 255-1841 or

Ute Cab: 801-969-6909

Yellow Cab: 801-521-1856

You may also access the Town by private vehicle. However, due to the limited amount of public, overnight parking and numerous restrictions on parking and vehicular access during winter storms, it is advised to avoid taking a private car up the canyon to Alta. Parking regulations are strictly enforced. Please see a map of overnight parking areas in Alta, and be aware of nearby parking signage in all parking areas. Utah law requires vehicles on State Route 210 to be equipped with snow tires and chains or 4WD from November through May.