Maps

Map of Snowbird Village, showing building locations of our lodging, meetings, and meals.

Map of the Cliff Lodge, showing locations in the building of our meals and meetings.

Lodging

We will be staying in the Lodge at Snowbird. Participants whose lodging is being covered should have been contacted by our conference specialist, Diane. If you will be paying for your own lodging and/or meals, please contact Diane at curm@math.mathematics.byu.edu to coordinate.

 Travel

Flying

The easiest way to get to Snowbird is to fly into the Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) and take the Snowbird shuttle, for which we have negotiated a discounted rate. To schedule the shuttle please contact our conference specialist, Diane, at curm@math.mathematics.byu.edu

Driving

To Snowbird from Salt Lake City International Airport

Take I-80 east to I-215 south. Take Exit 6 (6200 South) and go east on 6200 South, toward the mountains. This road will lead you straight to UT-210 and up Little Cottonwood Canyon to Snowbird.

To Snowbird from Downtown Salt Lake City

Go west on 500 South to I-15 and head south. Exit at I-215 heading east. Get off at Exit 6 (6200 South) and go east on 6200 South, toward the mountains. This road will lead you straight to UT-210 and up Little Cottonwood Canyon to Snowbird.

To Snowbird from Park City and Points East

Take UT-224 west and north to I-80. On I-80, head west toward the Salt Lake Valley. Take Exit 130 to I-215 south. Get off at Exit 6 (6200 South) and go east on 6200 South, toward the mountains. This road will lead you straight to UT-210 and up Little Cottonwood Canyon to Snowbird.

To Snowbird from Points South

Take I-15 north to Exit 295 (9000 South). Turn right onto 9000 South. This street becomes 9400 South, which takes you to the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon. Go right on UT-210. Six miles to Snowbird.