How To Get To Breckenridge From Denver (Shuttle Services)

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.  The trip takes about 1.5 to 2 hours.  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.  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.  To reach the rental car agencies, you can take a free shuttle from the Jeppesen Terminal.  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.  Each one is similarly priced at around $45 to $65 USD.  They will typically drop you off at either the Fresno Station or the Breckenridge Station.  For an extra fee, you can also request an specific address drop-off point.


There is no train.

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