Since there is no commercial airport in Breckenridge, you’ve got to fly into Denver International Airport and then get up to the mountains by ground transport. Â The trip takes about 1.5 to 2 hours. Â There are a few options to do this, however the best and cheapest way is still to have your deadbeat friend pick you up from the airport and drive you there. Â If that’s not an option, check out the remaining modes of transport below.
Like any airport, Denver has a plethora of rental cars to pick from…10 to be exact. Â To reach the rental car agencies, you can take a free shuttle from the Jeppesen Terminal. Â Shuttles will do pick-up and drop-off at the Jeppesen Terminal on level 5, island 4.
Below is a list of the shuttle companies that make the trip from Denver to Breckenridge. Â Each one is similarly priced at around $45 to $65 USD. Â They will typically drop you off at either the Fresno Station or the Breckenridge Station. Â For an extra fee, you can also request an specific address drop-off point.
- Summit Express: Â www.summitexpress.com
- Colorado Mountain Express: Â www.coloradomountainexpress.com
- Peak 1: Â http://mountainshuttle.hudsonltd.net
There is no train.