UTA ski service to Snowbasin Resort and Sundance Mountain Resort starts Saturday, Dec. 16. Service to Powder Mountain is expected to start Sunday, Dec. 24, or Monday, Dec. 25, based on snow levels. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates.

Ski bus routes 674 and 675 begin service in Ogden. Route 674 serves Powder Mountain and route 675 serves Snowbasin. Route 677 provides service from downtown Layton, Hwy 89 and South Weber to Snowbasin. All three routes are designed to give skiers and snowboarders a convenient ride to the slopes while reducing canyon traffic and vehicle emissions.

We’ve also got five brand-new ski buses to give Weber and Davis county riders a more comfortable ride to the slopes. These 2017 Gillig ski buses will transport riders to Powder Mountain and Snowbasin resorts. Look for them on ski routes 674, 675 and 677.  

Route 880 is also expected to begin service to Sundance on Saturday, Dec. 16. This route connects Provo FrontRunner Station, the Timpanogos Transit Center and the Harmon's Park & Ride in Orem with Sundance Mountain Resort.