- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Use Denver International Airport (DIA). Five hundred daily flights come and go at DIA, incorporating over 20 major carriers.
Breckenridge is located 104 miles west of DIA via I-70. Use exit 203 to Frisco and then Highway 9 for the final 10 miles into Breck.
Colorado Mountain Express is a good bet, so try them at 970-926-9800; www.ridecme.com. Or stretch out from DIA with Vail Coach (970-477-0001; www.vailcoach.com). Got a big group? Contact Arrow Stage Lines (800-497-6060; www.arrowstagelines.com). Powderhound Transport is a private shuttle company that also offers taxi service in the Summit County area. (970-455-4315; www.ridethepowder.com)
The FREE RIDE shuttle travels routes through Breckenridge connecting the resort's base areas and free parking lots. The system also runs the perimeter of town, stopping at the Ice Rink, City Market, Recreation Center, Village and Four O'Clock Roads, Columbine and Broken Lance Drive, and Peak 9. Town Trolleys serve The Village at Breckenridge base area, downtown, and most in-town lodging. Trolleys come by every 20 minutes from 9 a.m. to midnight. (970-547-3140)
Summit Taxi provides 24-hour service in Breckenridge and throughout Summit County. (970-468-2266)
Breckenridge Alpine Limo (970-390-6359)