Don’t Drive, Thrive!
A round trip from Denver to Summit County can cost more than $75 and results in 110 pounds of carbon dioxide. It also increases your impact on the wildlife who live in the area. Now you can get to the mountains without using your car. Here are some handy resources.
- Bustang, Bus Service, Denver to Glenwood Springs: https://www.ridebustang.com/west-line
- Colorado Mountain Express, Van Service, Denver to Aspen: http://www.coloradomountainexpress.com/
- Fresh Tracks Transportation, Van Service, Denver to Beaver Creek: http://www.freshtrackstransportation.com/
- Front Range Ski Bus, Bus Service, Denver to Keystone: http://www.frontrangeskibus.com/
- Gondola, Rideshare, Denver to Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Vail, and Winter Park: https://www.ridegondola.com/
- Greyhound, Bus Service, Denver to Glenwood Springs: https://www.greyhound.com/
- Peak 1 Express, Van Service, Denver to Beaver Creek: https://www.mountainshuttle.com/
- Powderhound Transportation, Van Service, Denver to Beaver Creek, Steamboat Springs, and Winter Park: http://ridethepowder.com/
- Ski Carpool, Carpool: http://www.skicarpool.org/
- Summit Express, Van Service, Denver to Breckenridge: https://www.summitexpress.com/
- Avoid peak traffic and get great deals on food and lodging in the mountains: https://goi70.com/deals
You can also reduce your impact by parking your car and using Lyft to get between mountain towns. You can take a Lyft from Dillon to Vail for about the same price you would pay for parking! Learn more here: https://blog.lyft.com/posts/2017/8/8/lyft-is-now-live-in-the-rocky-mountains
Learn more about rideshare options, carpool parking, and resort incentives for carpooling at: https://goi70.com/rideshare-and-parking/