Are you ready for Colorado’s new tire traction law on Interstate 70, the main highway between Denver Airport and Colorado’s ski resorts, including Vail, Aspen Keystone, Beaver Creek, and Breckenridge? See what is required to drive on Colorado’s roads.
Happy Holidays from Epic Mountain Express & CME!
Colorado’s snowy mountains are the perfect backdrop to celebrate the holidays, and we’ve gathered all the events and festivals you won’t want to miss.
The best way you can make sure to play all winter long is by purchasing the Vail Resorts Epic Pass which offers unlimited, unrestricted skiing to 5 of Colorado’s best resorts as well as 32 additional mountains around the world! The clock is ticking, the final day to purchase is Monday, December 2nd.
Breck Station, at the Breckenridge Gondola Parking Lot, is a new transfer center in Breckenridge, Colo., and ideal for locals or visitors! Enjoy a low fare of $39 through December 19th to Denver International Airport.
A revised traction law went into effect for the I-70 corridor in Colorado on September 1, which will hopefully affect the drive to your mountain ski vacation for the better.
So, How’s This Drive Going to Go?
You’ve just landed at Denver International Airport, and an Epic Mountain Express lead driver will let you know what to expect on your trip between the Denver Airport through the mountains to your destination, whether it’s Vail, Breckenridge or Aspen.
If you haven’t flown into Denver International Airport (DEN) or Eagle County Regional (Vail) Airport (EGE) lately, be prepared for transformations as both of these Colorado airports have major construction projects.
The view from a shuttle is currently green grass, blue skies and snow capped mountains, but in a few short months the landscape will be covered by snow, making now the perfect time to plan your Colorado ski vacation with the deepest discount of the season - Book now to save 30%!
Independence Day in Colorado’s Rockies is incredible for family celebrations within the resorts and Epic Mountain Express can get you and the family there! We’ve rounded up the events that you won’t want to miss so you can start planning your Fourth of July.
The Vail Craft Beer Classic event is in town June 21-23, 2019, hosting craft beer tastings, seminars, hikes, beer parings, and dinners in Vail Village, on the Vail mountain and in the classroom. If you have a passion for the Colorado mountains and craft beer, visit Vail for a summer weekend beer festival!