Utah’s capital city, Salt Lake City, has multiple flight options. Many Australians choose to use Los Angeles, San Francisco and Houston, Texas, as their gateway into the United States. Salt Lake City International Airport has daily nonstop flights with all three cities on multiple airlines including Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, and more.
If you would like to visit The Mighty 5® national parks in the south of Utah, it is just an hour and a half drive from Las Vegas to St George. So it is worth considering the Las Vegas International Airport as a great gateway to Utah's beautiful national parks.
Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) www.slcairport.com
St. George (SGU) www.flysgu.com
Cedar City (CDC) www.cedarcity.org
Heber Valley (36U) www.gohebervalley.com
Moab (CNY) www.moabairport.com
At nearly 85,000 square miles, Utah is the 13-largest state in America by area but only the 35th largest in population. Most of Utah's population is found along the Wasatch Front, in Northern Utah. For travelers that means lots of open space, breezy and well-maintained interstate highways around the state and a vibrant metropolitan corridor with great public transportation. Read more and find links to resources on our Getting Around Utah page or browse some of our best scenic byways and road trips.
Utah is known for its recreation opportunities, from hiking in five national parks to skiing The Greatest Snow on Earth® to white-water rafting down the mighty Colorado River. All of these attractions and activities are accessible to people of all ability levels. For information on accessibility in Utah for those with disabilities, please read more at our Accessibility page or visit www.accessut.org, and www.dspd.utah.gov.
Avis Car Rental www.avis.com
Budget Rent A Car www.budget.com
Dollar Rent A Car www.dollar.com
Enterprise Car Rental www.enterprise.com
Hertz Car Rental www.hertz.com
National Car Rental www.nationalcar.com
Thrifty Car Rental www.thrifty.com
Ute Cab Co. www.utecabco.com
Yellow Cab Co. www.yellowcabutah.com
Lyft and Uber also serve Salt Lake City and other urban areas.
All Resort Limousine www.allresortlimo.com/limo
Beehive Limo & Tours http://beehivelimo.com/
Moab Luxury Coach www.moabluxurycoach.com
Park City Transport www.parkcitytransport.com
Le Bus www.lebus.com
Lewis Stages www.lewisstages.com
Utah Trailways www.utahtrailways.com
All Resort Express www.allresort.com
Canyon Transportation www.canyontransport.com
Express Shuttle Service www.xpressshuttleutah.com
Park City Transportation Services www.parkcitytransportation.com
Wasatch Crest Shuttle www.wcshuttle.com
Utah Transit Authority (UTA) www.rideUTA.com. UTA includes many public transportation services in the Salt Lake area, including bus service, the light rail system (TRAX), as well as
Front Runner is Utah's commuter rail line. Front Runner connects Salt Lake, Davis and Weber counties with stations in Salt Lake City, Woods Cross, Farmington, Layton, Roy and Ogden in the North, and heads south through Murray, South Jordan and Draper and into Utah County to Lehi, Orem and Provo.
UTA offers a service that bridges Salt Lake City and Park City called Park City Connect. Summit County stops will include multiple ski resorts, the Park City Transit Center, Kimball Junction businesses and Jeremy Ranch. Salt Lake City stops will include Salt Lake Central Station and the University of Utah.
UTA also offers a Ski Bus Service which connects four ski resorts (Alta, Brighton, Solitude and Snowbird) with the Salt Lake City valley. This service typically runs from mid-December to mid-April.
Elevated Transit provides daily bus service between Salt Lake City and Richfield, via Salina, Centerfield, Gunnison, Manti, Ephraim, Mt Pleasant, Fairview, Moroni, Nephi, Spanish Fork, and Provo. Or, maybe you want to visit the “Gateway to Canyon Country” in Blanding or Utah State Eastern in Price. Either way, check out Elevated Transit. Take our bus from Salt Lake to Blanding with stops in Provo, Spanish Fork, Price, Green River, Moab, and Monticello.
Kodachrome Basin State Park (Near Bryce Canyon) Photo by Austen Diamond
All drivers must have a valid driving license and must be 16 years of age or older to operate a vehicle in Utah. All drivers and passengers in a vehicle must wear a seatbelt and children from birth through four years of age must be properly restrained in an approved car seat. Text messaging is outlawed for all Utah drivers. Drivers who talk on a cell phone, and who participate in "careless driving" as a result may receive a moving violation.
The Utah freeway speed limit is 75 or 80 miles per hour (120 km) in rural areas, and 65 or 70 miles per hour (104 km) in urban areas, unless otherwise posted and drivers must obey the posted speed limit.
Please note that most car rental agencies have a minimum age requirement of 25 years old.
Utah is known for its recreation opportunities, from hiking in five national parks to skiing The Greatest Snow on Earth® to white-water rafting down the mighty Colorado River. But did you know all of these attractions and activities are accessible to people of all ability levels? For information on accessibility in Utah for those with disabilities, please read more at our Accessibility page, which provides links and resources for adaptive recreation throughout Utah, as well as a list of must-do activities. For more information, visit www.accessut.org, and www.dspd.utah.gov.