How To Get To Vail

Vail and the Vail Village are located in the central Rocky Mountains of Colorado, 100 miles (160 km) driving distance west of Denver and Denver Airport and 30 minutes from Eagle County Regional Airport. Vail getting there and to the Vail Valley and your options are answered below.

How To Travel To Vail By Air

Vail’s closest airport is Eagle County Regional Airport (EGE) and the next closest airport is Denver International Airport (DEN).

How To Travel To Vail By Air To Eagle County Regional Airport

Eagle Airport is located 30 minutes drive/shuttle from Vail and the Vail Valley. Eagle County Airport has nonstop direct flights and connecting flights from gateway airports and major cities across the United States. Flying in and out of Eagle Airport gives you fantastic views of the Rocky Mountains.

How To Travel To Vail By Private Jet To Eagle County Airport

The Vail Valley Jet Center is your one-stop solution if you are planning to travel to Vail by private jet. The Vail Valley Jet Center can take care of your aircraft storage, international customs clearance, catering, aircraft maintenance, cleaning, and more.

How To Travel To Vail By Air To Denver International Airport

Denver Airport is located a two hour drive, 100 miles (160 km) in clear driving conditions from Vail and the Vail Valley. Denver International Airport DIA and is an international airport serving the wider Denver Colorado area.

It is the second largest airport in the world. Denver Airport has services to over 200 destinations and is a major hub for United and Frontier Airlines and the largest operating base for Southwest Airlines.

How To Transfer To Vail Via The Airport Shuttle Services

There are airport pick-up services that will drop you at your hotel or condo from Denver and Eagle airports. We can arrange shared and private transfers for you and your family to arrive in safety and style through our partnership with Epic Mountain Express.

Other passengers refer to transfers as shuttle service and or private transportation, either way, yes it’s a shuttle service, eco transit, with free wifi that comes in various shuttle options including a shared shuttle to get you to the door of Vail Colorado and Beaver Creek.

Vail and Lionshead Villages are car-free. This means they are pedestrian friendly plus there is also a free in-town shuttle, so you can take the shuttle and not worry about a hire car. You can access the free shuttle from the Vail Transportation Center.

How To Travel To Vail By Car

Getting to Vail Colorado by car is straightforward via Interstate 70. through the Vail Pass and onto Vail Mountain. Vail Colorado offers a wide range of parking options, operated by the Town of Vail and numerous private entities, which span from East Vail to West Vail nestled below Vail Mountain. There are rental car options from DIA to get you to some of the world’s best ski terrain in Vail Colorado.

Google maps screenshot of route to Vail Ski Resort from Denver International Airport