The train will stop at Denver. It then heads north through Greeley to Wyoming, then west through Laramie, Rawlings and Rock Springs to Ogden UT, then south to Salt Lake. There are no passenger stops between Denver and Salt Lake City (possibly one smoke break at Green River UT), but passengers from Denver to points Salt Lake City and west certainly can board the train.You are correct the train is going thru Wy. But I was supposed to p/u train 5 in Denver. Hence the bus to SLC. Bummer.
So... #6 getting into LNK 4-6 hrs late for the last week is for other reasons? [and thanks for the heads up w/re Wyoming route being faster... didn't realize such.]The Wyoming route is actually faster than the regular route.
(This is why, if Colorado and Utah ever decided to rain piles of money on Amtrak, I'd advise Amtrak to run the California Zephyr on the Wyoming route, and a standalone Denver-Salt Lake train on the route through the mountains.)
Are you doing non-stop SLC to DEN or are you stopping/staying at one of the towns along the way? If non-stop, you'd be taking the train, through Wyoming. The train does not have wifi, but the way.I was going to go on a train on that route, but I was told that I was going to ride the bus from SLC to DEN alongside the regular train route. Are the buses good quality? And do they have Wifi? I was planning on getting work done on the train but since I'm on the bus I'll have to make adjustments if they don't offer it.