If you need to get anywhere else in Summit County, hop on the Summit Stage. With stations in Silverthorne, Dillon, Frisco, and Keystone, the Summit Stage is a great way to tour around Summit County.
For those seeking to reduce their carbon footprint, Breckeridge's extensive bike paths provide straightforward routes through town and to the surrounding towns.
Guests wishing to travel outside of Summit County should consider renting a car. Some activities like hiking and whitewater rafting provide a much wider range options once you've traveled further out of town, and many attractions like hot springs and national parks can only be reached via private transportation.
When deciding whether to rent a car, first consider how you will be spending your vacation and where you will be staying. If you are planning a ski trip with slopeside lodging, you may not need to drive at all. If you wish to visit other ski areas like Vail and Aspen, you have the option of shuttle services or driving yourselves. If you wish to catch a performance or sporting event in Denver or you want the added freedom of exploring the area at your leisure, you should probably plan on driving.
To get to Breckenridge, most visitors fly into Denver International Airport, then either rent a car or reserve with one of the several transportation companies that provide shuttles to Breck. Travelers who live relatively close may choose to drive the entire way which makes transporting bulky skis and snowboards more straightforward.
Breckenridge Transportation & Views
Breckenridge has excellent a public transportation system that makes getting around town quick and convenient. Hop on the Breckenridge Free Ride at Breckenridge Station and you can anywhere in town in minutes. It’s cheaper than driving around town and you do not have to look for parking when you get there, making it the best possible option for local events and festivals.