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Find Cheap Flights from Denver (DEN) to Salt Lake City (SLC)

Denver to Salt Lake City Route Information

Cheapest Fare:
Travel Distance:390 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Frontier Airlines, United Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Monday
Weekly Flights:275
Avg. Flight Duration:06.20 Hours

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Airports in Denver

The city of Denver is served by Denver International Airport, also known as DIA. The Denver International Airport is the 6th busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic in the U.S.A. Also, it is the largest airport in the country by total land area. Owned & operated by City & County of Denver Department of Aviation, the airport is a hub for Frontier Airlines, Great Lakes Airlines, and United Airlines. It also serves as a focus city for Southwest Airlines. The airport offers passenger & cargo services to both domestic and international destinations like Cancun, Toronto, Frankfurt, Calgary, London, San Jose, Tokyo, Zurich, Dallas, San Francisco, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, and more. Passengers can easily commute from & to the airport using charter buses, commuter rail, hotel shuttles, limousines, mountain carriers, public buses, shared-ride services, taxicabs, and mobile app services.

Explore Salt Lake City

The Salt Lake City is the capital city of the State of Utah in United States. Situated in a high valley of the Jordan River, it is also the most populated municipality in the State. In its northwest is the Great Salt Lake and the Great Salt Lake Desert in the west. the Situated here is the world headquarters of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. While in the city do take out time to explore Temple Square, the official headquarters of the Mormon Church. Situated in this walled neighborhood are some spectacular religious buildings, lush gardens, and soaring sculptures. Outdoor adventure seekers should keep Wasatch National Forest in their list. Located here are some scenic trails which will leave visitors mesmerized. Apart from this, Utah Olympic Park and Snowbird Ski Resort are also worth visiting.

Things to Do in Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City Public Library

Located in the downtown area, the library has more than 500,000 books. Recent visitors say the architecture alone is reason enough to visit.

There are also a variety of shops and cafes around Library Square (just outside the library), not to mention a garden for those who want to read outside.

Liberty Park

If you are looking to enjoy the great outdoors without leaving the city limits, head over to Liberty Park’s80 acres for any number of outdoorsy activities. There is a pond, bike paths, concession stands, rides, picnic areas, playgrounds and tennis and volleyball courts. Liberty Park is also home to an aviary and a greenhouse, both of which recent visitors recommend exploring. They also recommend this park for families, as there are plenty of kid-friendly activities. This park sits pretty in central Salt Lake. It is open every day from dawn until dusk, and admission is free (although a small fee is required to use some of the sporting facilities). Liberty also hosts several annual events throughout the year.

Park City

Park City was made for powder hounds. Sitting about 30 miles southeast of Salt Lake City, Park City is home to two major alpine ski spots that sprawl across acres upon acres of mountain terrain. Park City Mountain Resort welcomes skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels to traverse groomed trails, powder-filled bowls and terrain parks. And Deer Valley Resort caters exclusively to skiers (snowboarding is prohibited here), offering groomed runs and gladed steeps along with 10 on-site restaurants. If you are just starting out, all resorts have expert instructors on hand to help you learn the slopes - whether it is through kids ski school, group instruction or private lessons. Those who aren’t avid skiers can still find things to do. Park City’s numerous art galleries and museums will keep visitors entertained. Meanwhile, in the spring and summer, the ski resorts transform their runs into hiking and biking trails, and around town tourists can hit the links at Park City Golf Course or peruse the area’s farmers markets. In terms of eats, Park City plays host to a handful of bars as well as a diverse culinary scene. You will find everything from traditional Japanese plates at Flying Sumo Sushi to classic Italian food at Ghidotti’s. The sporty town is also the hotbed for many notorious festivals, including the Sundance Film Festival, Park City Food and Wine Classic and Spring Gruv, which presents free concerts along with other activities.

Best Time to Fly to Salt Lake City

The best time to visit Salt Lake City are the months of September & October.