Flight tickets from Comox to Salt Lake City
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Get your ticket to the Crossroads of the West from WestJet
Airport Details: From YQQ, CFB Comox To SLC, Salt Lake City International Airport
In addition to being Utah’s state capital and the city that hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics, Salt Lake City is also celebrated for its world-class skiing and snowboarding resorts (after all, it doesn’t have the nickname Ski City, USA for nothing). Millions of visitors flock to the centre of the city every year to explore historic Temple Square, which includes such architectural wonders as Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake Tabernacle, Salt Lake Assembly Hall and the Seagull Monument. There is always a festival or convention to attend, such as the Sundance Film Festival, the Dark Arts Festival and the city’s very own Comic Con. Perhaps one of the best ways to get around in the city is on two wheels, as Salt Lake City is a designated Silver-Level Bicycle Friendly Community with over 240 km of bicycle lanes to explore; visitors can rent bikes and coast through the city’s unique array of neighbourhoods, including Sugar Hill, Rose Park and the Gateway District, stopping in for a bite or one-of-a-kind shopping along the way.
Find flight tickets with WestJet that will take you to one of the most cultured and winter sport-friendly places in Utah. Whether for work or pleasure, WestJet will take you from Comox to Salt Lake City and before you know it you’ll be enjoying Temple Square, the Natural History Museum of Utah and Utah State Capitol.