How do I get from Vail to airport?

How do I get from Vail to airport?

To get from either airport to Montaneros in Vail, you can either rent a car or take a shuttle. For airport shuttle services, we recommend the High Mountain Taxi (to/from Eagle) and the Colorado Mountain Express (to/from DIA). If you are flying into Eagle, you can also take the local ECO Transit bus.

Are there shuttles from Denver airport to Vail?

Shared shuttles from Denver Airport to the Vail Transportation Center start at $54. Door to door shared shuttles to Vail, Colorado start at $64. Private charters start at $399 and can hold a maximum of 14 passengers.

Can you Uber from Denver airport to Vail?

Re: Uber from Denver airport to vail? Yes it is totally possible. Had a friend take one and met us in Vail 3 weeks ago.

Is Uber available in Vail CO?

Uber, and more recently Lyft, are available, but there are caveats. Their services are not allowed at Eagle Airport, so do not plan on using them as your airport transfer if you fly into Eagle.

How long is the shuttle from Denver to Vail?

two hours
From Denver to Vail by Shuttle The trip takes just over two hours. The vans are comfy but, depending on your drop-off order, tend to take a bit longer than the private vehicle transfers where only your party is riding.

Can you drive from Denver to Vail?

From Denver, it is just under a two-hour drive to Vail, depending on weather and traffic (the latter can be heavy on weekends during ski season). You can also take a shuttle or private car service or even hop on public transport from the Mile High City if you are not interested in driving yourself.

Does LYFT work in Vail?

Lyft announced last month it had started operations in six mountain markets, including the Vail Valley. Other markets are Glenwood Springs to Aspen, Summit County, Grand County (Winter Park) and Clear Creek County (Idaho Springs). The expansion also includes the area between Montrose and Telluride.

How do you get to Vail without a car?

The best way to get around Vail is via public transportation. In fact, the village’s shuttle service is the only thing you can count on to be affordable. There is also a regional bus service connecting Vail to other nearby towns like Beaver Creek.