Driving between Denver International Airport and your favorite epic Rocky Mountain ski resort can present challenges during winter months. The Colorado Department of Transportation, known as CDOT, does a great job maintaining our roadways. With preparation and knowledge, you can navigate your way along I-70 safely in Colorado’s ever-changing weather. Or, leave the driving in the hands of Epic Mountain Express.
By choosing to ride in a SUV, you can begin to relax when you step off the plane. Expert drivers deliver a professional, chauffeured experience in Premier Black SUV service. Luxurious vehicles transport you to your lodging in the easiest way available.
Traveling to Colorado’s Rocky Mountain Ski Resorts for your annual holiday trip will look quite different due to COVID-19. With new protocols and restrictions in place, we’ve gathered some tips to get you groomed to go!
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.
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.
If you travel to and from Denver International Airport, the Epic 10 Ride Pass gives the best savings for door to door shuttle service. For the Roaring Fork Valley, there is the CME 5 Ride Pass for $295. Buy before June 7, 2019 and use through December 20, 2019. You can share it with family and friends, too.
Flight delays are common and with winter storms, it is something Epic Mountain Express deals with almost every day. If your flight is delayed or you miss your scheduled shuttle, here is what to do to get to the mountains.
Due to construction at Denver International Airport, the Epic Mountain Express/Colorado Mountain Express counter has been relocated to the Northeast corner of the airport, adjacent to North Security (International Arrivals end)
CME's Check-In Counter Location: CME is now located in the Northeast section of the Main Terminal, near International Arrivals doors. Please collect checked luggage before heading to the counter!