Plan Your Trip

With daily national and international flight services into Salt Lake City International Airport, getting to Utah has never been easier. A flight into Salt Lake City puts you less than an hour from the Greatest Snow on Earth® at eleven of our world class ski resorts, so you can be on the slopes in no time.

Within three-and-a-half to four hours after arriving at Salt Lake City International Airport, you could be at some of the most popular National Parks — taking a hike to the iconic Delicate Arch at Arches National Park, basking in the sunset atop the dramatic cliffs of Dead Horse Point State Park, or hiking between a forest of hoodoos at Bryce Canyon National Park.

Zion National Park, Utah's first and most visited national park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Brian Head Ski Resort, Bryce Canyon National Park and a whole lot more are easily accessed by a flight into the new St. George Airport in the southwestern region of the state, which can have you in Zion National Park in 40 minutes after touchdown.

Positioned conveniently at key points throughout the state of Utah are Welcome Centers, Convention and Visitor Bureaus, and Traveler's Information Centers. Tourism is important to Utah's economy and Utah, as a state and as a people, like to show hospitality to visitors by ensuring that travel information, maps, and information specialists are readily available to guide you.

Regularly updated road conditions for all of Utah's roads, highways, and interstates can be found at:

Use the tools posted below to figure out the best times to visit, where to rent gear, how to get around and much more.