Our flight landed in Salt Lake City at 9:48 a.m. We were at Park City Resort a little more than an hour later.
Yes, it’s just as easy as everybody has tried to tell you.
This was a verification of the persuasions I had heard from various parties over the years when discussing the best locations to take my family skiing out West. “You’ll be on the slopes by lunch” was the popular refrain of those trying to sell the Utah destination as the ideal family escape.
Indeed. After hopping on the first Utah-bound flight out of Boston, it was only 10:55 a.m. when our shuttle pulled up to the Westgate Resort and Spa, located within spitting distance of Canyons Village at Park City Resort. This was an ease I had never experienced on any of my previous skiing adventures in the western United States.