Transportation information for Breckenridge is provided below. Travel information includes driving directions, maps, airport information and more.
Breckenridge is located 105 miles west of Denver International Airport. Take Interstate 70 west to Hwy 9 (exit 203). Head south on Highway 9 about 10 miles to Breckenridge.
Shuttle services are widely available from the airport to Breckenridge. There is also bus service.
The Summit Stage is a free bus route that offers transportation between Breckenridge and the neighboring towns of Silverthorne, Frisco, Dillon, and the local ski areas. Trolley and bus lines also shuttle visitors between parking lots, hotels, and the lifts in Breckenridge itself.
The town of Breckenridge, high in the Rockies west of Denver, is a historic mining town filled with Victorian architecture and packed with bars, restaurants, and lodges. During summer the town and mountain offer music festivals, mountain biking, and other fun activities.In winter months, skiiers flock to the town to take on the slopes at the Breckenridge Ski Resort, one of Colorado's most popular destinations. With 146 runs, more than half of them rated as difficult or above, the slopes of Breckenridge will provide days of challenges for experienced skiers. Encompassing three major peaks, the resort features all the amenities you could imagine, including lessons, a terrain park, and onsite lodging, dining, and rentals.