Getting to Breckenridge
Breckenridge is located 9 miles from I-70 and the town of Frisco and 104 miles (two hours) west from Denver International Airport. Breckenridge is within driving distance of 6 other Colorado resorts.
The town is also two and one-half hours northwest of Colorado Springs Airport. That scenic drive crosses the Ute, Wilkerson and Hoosier passes, all well maintained year-round.
From Denver, visitors drive 98 miles (159 km) west via I-70, then take exit 203, Hwy. 9, south to Breckenridge, nine miles. From Colorado Springs, visitors drive 110 miles (178 km) west through South Park and over Hoosier Pass, or via I-25 to C-470 to I-70.
Major car rental agencies have counters at Denver International Airport, Colorado Springs and Vail/Eagle County Airport. Van shuttle companies and limousine services operate from all three airports and can drop visitors off at the front door of their lodge or condominium.
Around Town Transportation
Free transportation provides travel ease for those wishing to access locations in and around Breckenridge. Simply look for signs marked "Free Ride.”
The Breckenridge Transportation Center is conveniently located on Park Ave. next to City Market. Complete with restrooms and a warming center, the Transportation Center provides information and access to all routes of the Free Ride system, as well as Summit Stage.
Town Trolleys serve The Village at Breckenridge base area, downtown and most in-town lodging. Trolleys run approximately every 20 minutes from 9 a.m. to midnight during ski season.
Breckenridge Free Shuttle provides access to all Breckenridge resort base areas and condo locations on Four O'Clock Road and French Street. Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. during ski season.