Transportation in Brigham City

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Mountain Ridge Helicopters is located 4,500 feet above sea level?and that's just its hangar. The FAA-approved school is nestled in the Rocky Mountains in a 10,000-square-foot hangar, where experienced pilots impart the essentials of helicopter flight to students. The scenic environs are beautiful from the ground but majestic from a helicopter. With the help of US Department of Veterans Affairs?approved flight instructors and simulators, students can experience the sweeping views from above while learning to pilot helicopters and earning their licenses.

2500 N 900 W
Logan,
UT
US

Nearly as old as the automobile itself, Diamond Airport Parking shelters cars 24/7 in Spokane, Anchorage, and Salt Lake City. Baggage assistance and a shuttle to the airport ease travelers' burdens and eliminate the need to hire a convoy of camels. Vehicle pilots can enjoy free amenities—from bottled water to the day's newspaper—and treat their conveyances to a complimentary car wash. Certain locations offer charging stations for electric and hybrid vehicles, as well as additional services such as oil changes, windshield-wiper replacement, and paintless dent repair.

50 S Redwood Rd
Salt Lake City,
UT
US

ProTrans Utah's screened and trained drivers ferry clients from point A to point B in Chevrolet Suburbans and Tahoes and Ford Expeditions that are meticulously cleaned and regularly inspected. The drivers fulfill myriad different transportation needs, from bringing a client to the airport to shuttling a group of friends to Deer Valley or one of Utah's resorts.

For airport services, the dispatch team constantly monitors clients' flights to accommodate delays and early arrivals. This ensures they're in position when the client steps off the plane or climbs out of someone's duffel bag.

Redstone Ave
Park City,
UT
US

As if it were the turn of the 20th century, when short-line railroads chugged their way through rural America, the Heber Valley Railroad whisks passengers through scenic landscapes in vintage and restored coaches. The routes trace the original Denver & Rio Grande Western railroad, trundling across the floor of the eponymous valley. Their scenic tours unveil breathtaking views of Deer Creek Reservoir, Provo Canyon, and Provo River, crossing the same scenery that travelers would have spotted a century ago. With heated coaches in the winter, guests enjoy an old-timey experience without sacrificing modern comfort.

450 S 600 W
Heber City,
UT
US

Whirlybird Helicopters’ FAA-certified pilots take to the sky for an array of services—from crop dusting to cattle herding to aerial photography. During flight training classes, they provide one-on-one instruction while introducing students to real-life situations aboard a Cessna 172 airplane or Enstrom or Robinson helicopters. Pilots also jettison guests high above the city for 10- to 60-minute helicopter tours, which take in sprawling views of the Ogden Canyon, Wasatch Mountains, and more.

4235 Airport Rd
Ogden,
UT
US

The dress code of each fitness class at Onyx tells a lot about the curriculum: the shorter the shorts, the better in the pole fitness classes, as contact between the bare skin and the pole helps keeps students in gravity-defying inversion. Meanwhile, it’s better to wear long pants for the aerial fitness classes—you can avoid rope burn this way while climbing the silks that hang in the spacious aerial studio. These two types of classes make up the majority of Onyx Pole and Aerial Fitness Studio’s classes, and though the classes are fun, the instructors take the fitness aspect seriously, too. To that end, they offer boot camp, bodyrock, and core pole classes to help students achieve their overall fitness goals.

7021 S Commerce Park Dr
Midvale,
UT
US