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!
Denver International Airport has made the decision to close the airport as of 12:22pm today, 3.23.2016, until further notice. CME will suspend all pickups from the resorts to DIA after 1:30 pm today due to this closure. When Pena Blvd and other West Bound I-70 traffic opens, CME will transport guests who are currently at DIA to the Mountains, pending passable roads. For guests booked for pickup today after 1:30 pm, CME can re-book your shuttle for tomorrow or receive a refund.