2023-2024 Utah Ski Area Parking Guide

Skiing and snowboarding around Salt Lake City this winter will require some planning ahead. Due to large amounts of people flocking to popular Utah Ski Resorts, parking has become a challenge to navigate. Here at White Cloud Concierge we have created a 2023-2024 Utah Ski Area Parking Guide to help you navigate parking reservations and keep costs down this winter.

Plan ahead this season for your skiing and riding commutes and try your best to carpool to the mountains. The 2023-2024 Utah Ski Area Parking Guide aims to ensure skiers and riders have a guaranteed parking spot, reduce early morning traffic congestion in the canyons and save you more valuable time!


For the 2023-24 winter season, Snowbird Ski Resort will continue its hybrid parking program, similar to the previous season. Guests have several options for parking, including free lots on a first-come, first-served basis, reserved daily parking for a fee, and the option to purchase a Preferred Parking Pass (which is sold out for the 2023-2024 season).

Free parking is available at various lots, including Entry 1, Upper Gad Valley Lot, Wilbere Hill, Main Lot, and others. Carpoolers with four or more people can access designated parking spots in specific lots, and discounted rates are offered for the Lower Gad Valley Preferred Parking Lot. Snowbird encourages carpooling and offers surprise giveaways on select peak traffic days through the Canyon Carpool Club.

Reserved parking spots can be booked in advance for the Lower Gad Valley or Pond Preferred Parking Lots. Missed reservations are non-refundable, but they can be refunded via the parkwhiz app by 7 am on the day of the reservation.

To make a parking reservation, see the parking map or how full the Snowbird lots are, check out Snowbird’s Winter 2023-2024 Parking Guide.


For the 2023-24 winter season at Alta, paid parking reservations will be required on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. Paid parking reservations will be in effect from 8 am to 1 pm, starting from December 15th, 2023, until March 31st, 2024. The requirement also applies during the Closing Weekend and specific holidays. No reservations are needed on weekdays after 8 am (excluding holidays), from opening day and after 1 pm any day. On 90+ days during the season, parking remains first-come, first-served in Alta!

For early risers and dawn patrol skiers, Early Morning Reservations are available, allowing parking at 6 am in the South Flagstaff lot. These reservations cost $25 on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, and $15 on Mondays through Thursdays. Once secured, the spot is yours for the day.

Parking reservations can be purchased online. An initial batch will be released in late October 2023, with additional spaces available for immediate weekends or holiday periods on Sunday afternoons. Lift ticket purchasers on Alta.com can book parking for $10 per day, while qualifying Alta passholders can access free parking reservations. These reservations are verified by license plate, and passholders receive codes for booking.

Cancellation policies and a $75 fine for parking without a reservation will be detailed in the fall through Alta’s Parking Reservations.


For the 2023-2024 season, Solitude Mountain Resort will be using a new reservation-based parking system called Reserve N Ski during peak periods. This system allows guests with Full or Midweek Solitude season parking passes to reserve parking spots in advance, ensuring availability when needed. Parking reservations will be required for full Solitude season parking pass holders at no charge. For day use rates, parking can be paid for at one of many kiosks throughout the parking lots or online using the Tap & Ski App.

Solitude Day Use Parking Rates:

Early Season (until mid-December) & Late Season (after mid-April):

  • Single vehicle occupant: $10
  • Two vehicle occupants: $5
  • Three vehicle occupants: FREE*
  • Four or more occupants: FREE*

Monday – Thursday, non-holiday and off-peak times:

  • Single vehicle occupant: $20
  • Two vehicle occupants: $10
  • Three vehicle occupants: FREE
  • Four or more occupants: FREE

Friday – Sunday, holidays and peak times:

  • Single vehicle occupant: $35
  • Two vehicle occupants: $25
  • Three vehicle occupants: $10
  • Four or more occupants: FREE*

Solitude Full Season Parking Pass:

For the 2023-2024 Solitude season, parking passes are now available at $399, covering up to two vehicles (one per day). Ensure to add and activate both license plates upon purchase. Reserve N Ski, will be in place during peak periods, allowing pass holders to secure parking in advance at no extra charge.

Solitude Midweek Parking Pass:

The Midweek season pass, valid Monday – Thursday (except Dec 25-28, 2023; Jan 15, 2024; Feb 19, 2024), is available for just $99. It pairs perfectly with Solitude’s $425 Midweek Pass. Reserve N Ski, will be in place during peak periods, allowing pass holders to secure parking in advance at no extra charge.

To learn more information about 2023-2024 Solitude Mountain Resort winter parking, check out Park Solitude.


For the 2023/24 season, Brighton Resort is introducing a parking reservation system to address traffic congestion and preserve everyone’s experience. This system combines elements of paid and free parking, along with carpooling incentives. Starting from the opening day in November 2023 until the closing day in April 2024, reservations will be mandatory for both the main and secondary lots, including snow ramps. Reservation hours are from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. After 1 p.m., all parking will be free and reservations won’t be necessary.

Brighton Season Passholders will have free parking, but they will still need to make reservations. Passholders will receive a specific number of reusable reservation vouchers, allowing them to reserve parking as needed throughout the season. 

For more FAQ’s and live footage of the parking lot from Brighton Resort, check out Parking at Brighton.

Deer Valley

Parking at Deer Valley is complementary and primarily centers around the Snow Park Lodge base area, comprising five lots. These lots tend to fill up, especially around 9 a.m. on weekends, holidays, and peak times. 

Download the Deer Valley app to stay informed about parking availability and watch the live parking lot tracker. This will give you the opportunity to make decisions about heading directly to the mountain or using one of the offsite lots, which provide free shuttle service.

For early arrivals, there are limited parking spots available at the Jordanelle Gondola. These spots tend to fill up by 8:30 a.m. on most days. Weekend overflow parking is available at Treasure Mountain Junior High and weekday overflow parking is located at Richardson Flat Park & Ride.

Park City

The 2023-2024 winter season parking at Park City will remain similar to the previous season. Mountain Village and Canyon Village will offer a combination of reservations for paid, free, and carpooling parking options on the mountains. Parking reservations are available at Canyon Village and Mountain Village through the Park City Parking & Resort Transportation Guide.

Reservations are mandatory in the Mountain Village base area seven days a week until 1:00 pm and can be made online. After 1:00 pm, all parking becomes free with no reservations required. The cost for paid reservations in surface lots is $26.65 per vehicle per day from December 15 to April 7. In the early and late season, reservations in Main, First Time, and Silver King surface lots are free but still necessary.

Free parking options will be available at the Canyons Village base area, Park City High School (on weekends and holidays), and High Valley Transit Park-n-Ride locations. To receive parking alerts for the Park City 2023-2024 Winter Season, opt in by texting PARK to 435-244-7169. 


Snowbasin provides the highest amount of complimentary parking among all resorts in Utah, and reservations are not necessary. Additionally, there are several free guest shuttles for convenient access to the base area. To ease the congestion and promote sustainable transportation, Snowbasin strongly recommends carpooling. For those carpooling with three or more individuals, Earl’s A parking area is designated for this and is the closest to the lift lines!

For more clarity on where to park at Snowbasin, check out the Snowbasin Parking Map.

Powder Mountain

Complimentary parking is available at the Timberline, Hidden Lake, and Sundown base areas. Powder Mountain also operates free shuttles connecting the Powder Country area, Sundown Lodge, and Timberline Lodge.

Ski and Snowboard Tuning in Salt Lake City

Now that you have parking under control with the 2023-2024 Utah Ski Area Parking Guide, make sure your gear is tuned for the season. Reach out to White Cloud Concierge to schedule a pickup and delivery ski and snowboard tuning appointment. We will make sure your skis and snowboards are ready to hit the slopes in all types of conditions.

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