In-Resort Transportation Options - Rental Cars Aren’t Needed in Mountain Towns
Around town free transportation services for Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Copper Mountain
It’s easy to get to Vail, Beaver Creek, Eagle, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Keystone, Aspen or Snowmass whether you’re flying into Denver International , Vail/Eagle County Airport or Aspen’s Sardy Field. Colorado Mountain Express (CME) offers numerous daily departures to and from resort towns. In winter months, there are hourly departures to/from Denver International Airport
And, you don’t need a rental car once you arrive. Ski towns including Vail, Keystone, Breckenridge, Beaver Creek, Aspen and Snowmass are pedestrian friendly and so much is within walking distance. Many outlying properties offer complimentary van service.
Avoid parking fees and take a break from driving on your holiday and ride CME.
Vail - Vail Village has the largest free public transportation system throughout town, making it convenient and practical to leave your car at home. For full information, including schedule details, click here. Most Vail lodging properties offer a van to the ski slopes if they are not within walking distance or are not ski-in or ski-out properties.
Beaver Creek - Offers complimentary on-call transportation as well as scheduled routes from Village Transportation - read more here.
Breckenridge - Take either the Free Ride transit system operated by the Town of Breckenridge or the free Summit Stage. Breckenridge, Copper Mountain & Keystone are serviced by the Summit Stage, a free county-wide bus service to resorts and surrounding communities. Breckenridge and Copper Mountain provide additional service in town and to the slopes Both transit systems are convenient and free.
Copper Mountain - The Summit Stage is free public transportation around Summit County from Breckenridge and surrounding areas to Copper Mountain. Additional transportation options in Copper Mountain Resort include a ‘Dial-a-Ride’ service and Copper’s ‘Free Ride’ system of electric vehicles. Read about these here
Aspen and Snowmass Village - While Aspen is a compact town, the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) offers a free skier shuttle, and free buses operate between the city of Aspen and the Town of Snowmass Village. Additionally RFTA buses connect all four Aspen/Snowmass mountains during the winter season with higher frequency during peak times. For full information on transportation options while staying in Aspen or Snowmass, click here.
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