You’re all set to head to Copper for your vacation, but do you know how you will get up to Copper? There is a host of ways to get to Copper from shuttles to rental cars. Summit County also has free county-wide transportation.
Make getting to the mountain easy with advanced transportation reservations. Airport shuttle and car rental options are available. Book online or call 866.841.2481.
Summit Express is affordable and convenient ground transportation between the Denver International Airport (DIA) and Copper Mountain. Summit Express service provides door-to-door transportation between the Denver Airport and Copper Mountain Lodging (check in and then to your accommodation). Book Now!
Providing quality car service for over 80 years. Book Now!
Renting great cars to value-minded customers since 1958. Book Now!
The purpose of the Summit Stage is to provide FREE scheduled public transportation and ADA paratransit service for residents and visitors to Summit County. Bus service is available to most ski areas, shopping centers, medical centers, and some residential areas in Summit County. Come in and take a look around to see what the Summit Stage has to offer you! The current Summit Stage schedule is also posted at each Stage stop.
To find the bus routes and stop times for your destination, click here.
Front Range Ski Bus will start their regular service on December 6th, from downtown Denver and the Wooly Mammoth Park and Ride. Starting December 18th, they will begin running trips to Copper Mountain Thursday through Sunday and they will have a designated bus heading to Copper Mountain on Saturdays and Sundays for the 2014/15 season.
Instead of dealing with traffic both up to and back from your favorite runs, let us drive. Enjoy the scenery on the way up, or read a book. Talk with your friends about your day on the way back, or take a nap. Leave the I-70 nightmare up to us, and give your brain and body a chance to relax. Click here for more info!
Make friends, not traffic. SkiCarpool is a nonprofit organization that facilitates carpooling to Colorado resorts through SkiCarpool.org.
Why use SkiCarpool.org? Save money by the carload on high gas prices, have fun meeting new people, be green by reducing your environmental impact, decrease wear on your vehicle, and save time by reducing traffic! Visit SkiCarpool.org for more information.
Copper Mountain has two free lots for guests who choose to carpool. Free parking and the proximity to the lifts are just a few reasons to arrive with friends and family in your vehicle.
Chapel Lot requires four or more licensed adults per vehicle. Blackout dates are from 12/24/14 to 1/5/15.
Triple Treat requires a minimum of three or more licensed adults per vehicle. Please note that there are no services (buses, etc.) from this lot and a Season Pass or valid lift ticket must be presented when you arrive. There are no blackout dates for Triple Treat.
GoI70.com Learn the best and worst times to travel I-70 at GoI70.com. GoI70.com posts a travel forecast for each weekend, lists all the I-70 real time road info resources, and offers I-70 travel tips so you can have a delay-free trip to Copper Mountain and home again.