Denver Airport to Vail Shuttle & Transportation
The closest airport Ski-Lifts offer shuttles to Vail from is Denver International Airport (DEN). Ski-Lifts provide budget shared shuttles from Denver International Airport to Vail, as well as a private car service to Vail from Denver Airport and privately chauffeured executive vehicles.
Getting an airport shuttle to Vail could not be more simple with Ski-Lifts. You will have peace of mind that your driver will be waiting for you the moment you step off the plane, ready to take you to Vail.
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Airport shuttles to Vail from Denver
Airport Transfers to Vail
Denver Airport to Vail transfer time is approx. 2hrs15mins
Airport to Ski Resort
Get an instant quote and book your transfer of choice. Choose from; a budget shared shuttle to Vail and a private shuttle to Vail.
The normal transfer time to Vail from Denver Airport is just over 2 hours, but Denver shuttles can take longer at peak times.
– You can make your booking online, you will receive an instant confirmation of your booking by email and then you can relax in the knowledge that your driver will be waiting for you when you arrive at the airport.
– For your return journey, we will send you a text message the afternoon before you are due to depart confirming your exact pickup time from your accommodation for your transfer from Vail to the airport.
If you need any additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Vail Ski Resort Facts
Resort altitude: 8120ft
Highest point: 11,570ft
Vertical drop: 3450ft
Pistes: 5289 ac
Skiing in Vail
Vail calls itself “North America’s favourite ski resort.” That’s a grand, subjective statement we can’t confirm, but there is one thing we do know for sure: it’s America’s biggest ski resort. Vail’s got over 5,289 ski-able acres and 7 legendary back bowls spanning 7 miles. Free buses and heated walkways connect its four distinct base areas.
Vail is enormous and as a result, it offers skiing on a scale you just won’t find anywhere else.
You can choose from 193 trails: a fifth for beginners, a third for intermediates, and a half for advanced skiers.
Most easy & intermediate terrain is made of wide-open, north-facing trails. Experts will gravitate toward the legendary Back Bowls—which feature dozens of black trails and off-piste routes. Keep in mind that intermediates can safely handle some runs in the Back Bowls.
An insider’s tip: start in the east at the Blue Sky Basin and then head westward throughout the day. This tends to be the opposite direction of the crowd, so you’ll enjoy it more, and you might even find some untracked snow in the Sun Up Bowl near Yonder and Over Yonder trails.
Vail Ski Season Dates
22/11/2017 – 22/04/2018
(please note – dates are subject to change)
Who is Vail Suitable For?
✓ Terrain Parks
Facilities in Vail
Vail is huge, which means it has a huge variety. From food to lodging to nightlife and beyond, chances are Vail has you covered.
Vail is known to be a town for foodies, so it has a whole lot of acclaimed, refined restaurants that won’t disappoint you. Larkspur is a favourite and their menu changes weekly. On the lower end, there are a number of pizza spots and Mexican restaurants. The favourite dish at Bart and Yeti’s is Mr Bill’s nachos, which is made with homemade pineapple salsa. Notable night spots include Garfinkel’s (which features a shot wheel which determines which shot you’ll be drinking) and The Red Lion (an iconic regional institution everyone is encouraged to visit at least once while in Vail).
Vail offers numerous hotels to accommodate your stay. On the lower-end, the Holiday Inn Apex Vail is a favourite. It’s a bit further from the action, but there’s a free bus to Vail’s other areas and you won’t have to pay for parking (which usually costs $25/day). On the higher end, The Lodge at Vail is located right in the middle of Vail Village (adjacent to the lifts) and offers nice touches like afternoon hot chocolate in the lobby.
The Vail Snowsports School is one of the best ski schools in the world, and it offers group lessons and private lessons depending on your preference. Perks like professional, on-mountain photography and dedicated lift access will make your time learning skiing quick and breezy!
Events in Vail 2017/18
Vail Snow Days – 8-10 December 2017
Kick off the season with this 3-day bonanza featuring live music, wellness activities, family-friendly events, a sponsor expo village, and more.
Pink Vail – 24 March 2018
It’s the world’s biggest ski day to conquer cancer. Enjoy live music, a costume contest, themed deck parties and more on Vail Mountain. Anyone can participate—skiing is not required. All proceeds go to the Shaw Regional Cancer Center.
Taste of Vail – 4-8 April 2018
Join over 5,000 people in America’s premier spring food & wine festival. Experience world-class restaurants, fine wine from top wineries around the world, and take part in interactive seminars, auctions, dances, and… The Colorado LambCook-Offf!
For more information and events take a look at Vail’s calendar.
Airport transfer types to suit all budgets
Share the vehicle with other passengers with similar flights & destinations.
One of the most cost effective and efficient ways of getting to the resort.
Similar to a shared transfer, except this runs to a set timetable, so you're required to book a service that works for your flight times.
Generally not door-to-door but cheaper.
Book a driver and vehicle for your sole use.
No sharing with others, no waiting at the airport and a direct door-to-door service, with no additional stops en route.
Similar to a private transfer the only difference is that it is using a larger vehicle.
Perfect for larger groups wanting to travel together.
Exec & Limousine
Enjoy vehicles such as a top-of-the-range Mercedes minivan or an S-Class Mercedes limousine.
Like a private transfer, but with the additional benefit of travelling in style.
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