Getting to Keystone

Lying in the heart of the White River National Forest in beautiful Summit County, Colorado, Keystone Resort is located about 100 miles (121 km) West of Denver International Airport, and about 75 miles East of Eagle County Regional Airport (‘Vail-Eagle’). Airport to resort transfers usually take between 90 minutes and 2 hours.

Most Keystone skiers arrive via Denver International Airport. Transfer time from Denver is about two hours by road in good weather. The trip involves either traveling over Loveland Pass or through the Eisenhower Tunnel and looping back east to reach the ski area. We recommend taking the tunnel rather than summiting the Continental Divide by going over Loveland pass. In bad weather,  however, even the Eisenhower Tunnel can close, but it rarely closes for more than 12 hours.

Eagle County Regional Airport (‘Vail-Eagle’) is on the other side of Keystone  and is closer  – about 75 miles / 120 km . In good conditions the drive time is around 90 minutes. But this is a smaller regional airport so there is less choice of airlines  and international visitors to Keystone will have to take a connecting flight.

Transfers to Keystone Resort from Denver International Airport and Vail-Eagle Airports

Ski-Lifts Airport to Resort Private Transfers

Each year, Ski-Lifts helps over 100,000 skiers and snowboarders get from the airport to the door of their accommodation in ski resorts all over the world, including Keystone. Get a quote and book online >>>

Public Shuttle Bus Services from Denver Airport to Keystone.

Colorado Mountain Express runs a shuttle service from  Denver Airport to Keystone. As the name implies, however, the shuttle can stop off at multiple points in resorts along the way, so journey times can take much longer than a private shuttle.

Getting around Keystone  / Getting to Breckenridge

Complimentary shuttle buses run every 10 minutes within the resort, and there is a free shuttle service between Keystone and nearby Breckenridge.


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