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Car-free is the way to be, when getting around Breckenridge.

Avoid the hassle of traffic, finding an available space, and paying to park. There are many great alternative transportation options, so you don't need to use a personal vehicle to get around.

Town Bus

The Free Ride can get you anywhere you need to go around Breckenridge. It is dog-friendly and is equipped with bike racks. And check out the Summit Stage bus service for destinations around Summit County.


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The community e-bikeshare network for getting around Breckenridge! A “hub-to-hub” transportation system designed for short, one-way trips for commuting, running errands, or connecting to transit. Can only be used for trips within Breckenridge. 

Available May 20 - Oct 31st.


We get it. There may still be circumstances where using a car is necessary. But that doesn't mean you need to own your own, and deal with all hassle and expense of maintenance and upkeep.


There are two Colorado Car Share EVs conveniently located in the South Gondola Parking Garage, which you can reserve up to 4 months in advance. Reserve the vehicles to use for as little as 15 minutes or up to multiple days. Use promo code BRECK_X

Gondola & Lodging shuttles

The BreckConnect Gondola runs from the Transit center to the bases of peak 7 and peak 8 of the ski area. It is always free to ride, dog friendly, and has great views! Be aware seasonal closures typically happen around May and October each year.


Also, most of the large hotels in Breckenridge offer lodging shuttles that can drop you off or pick you up at a variety of stops around town! Inquire with your hotel's front desk about their lodging shuttle operations!

For getting around Breckenridge:

For getting to Breckenridge:

Summit Stage

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Need to get between Breckenridge and other destinations in Summit County? The Summit Stage bus has got you covered. They also offer commuter routes that run from Lake and Park Counties!



10 Person passenger vans equipped with wi-fi and luggage racks, runs year-round from Union Station,  includes stops at the Denver Federal Center in Lakewood, Idaho Springs, Frisco, Vail and Avon. Reservations required. Hop off or catch it at the Frisco Transit Center, and use the Summit Stage bus to get between there and Breckenridge.



The Bustang west line runs along the I-70 Corridor between Denver Union Station all the way to Grand Junction. Hop off or catch it at the Frisco Transit Center, and use the Summit Stage bus to get between there and Breckenridge.

Snowstang + Treadshare (carpool)

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Snowstang provides direct bus service from Denver Union Station to the base of the Breckenridge gondola every Sat & Sun during ski season (Dec-May).

Treadshare is "Colorado's carpool app," used to connect drivers and passengers heading in the same direction so that they can share a route and split the associated costs.

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