Copper Mountain & Frisco
Transportation Options

Bustang winter frisco.jpgWhy drive when a shuttle, bus or rideshare is easier, cheaper and more sustainable?

Four reasons to leave the driving to someone else:
1. Quicker access to the slopes. Transit drops you right at the base area.
2. Leave the sometimes nerve-racking winter driving to the experts.
3. Enjoy your apres ski without the worry of having to drive.
4. Less pollution and greenhouse gas emissions in the White River National Forest - our public lands.


Getting There 

Airport Shuttles: Multiple shuttle services operate between Denver International Airport and Copper Mountain Resort and Frisco. Find a list here

Bus Service: The Bustang West Line runs multiple routes daily from Denver Union Station to the Frisco Transit Center. (If flying in, take the light rail "A" line from the airport to Denver Union Station.)

Mountain Grit - A shared ride shuttle that travels routinely between Denver and Copper Mountain/Frisco. Book or learn more here

SkiCarpool.org- This successful, long-running service facilitates carpooling to Colorado resorts. Click here.  


Getting Around

Copper Mountain Resort has a very pedestrian-friendly village, operates a free circulating resort shuttle and a free dial-a-ride service for overnight guests. Details here.  The free Summit Stage bus also departs for the Frisco Transit Center every 30 minutes where you can then connect to anywhere in Summit County.

The Town of Frisco is a very walkable community! The free Summit Stage bus has many stops conveniently located around town, with destinations throughout Summit County. Buses run every 30 minutes between Frisco and Copper Mountain Resort.

Summit Stage: Summit County’s FREE, safe, family-friendly bus service. Find the schedule here

Ride Share: Uber and Lyft operate in Summit County, complete with ski racks on request.

Taxi Service: 970-453-TAXI

Jakes Mountain Shuttle: Call 970-401-0988 or click here.


Sustainable Transportation and our Public Lands

More sustainable travel is really the first leg of the journey to help heal and sustain our forests. The White River National Forest you will be visiting is one of 154 national forests that are on public land.  Being a good steward of our land can begin the moment we decide on sustainable transportation - reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.  Learn more about being a Sustainable Skier here.