Frequently Asked questions about getting around in Aspen | AspenTimes.com

Frequently Asked questions about getting around in Aspen

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The cheapest way to get to Aspen from the Pitkin County Airport is by bus. This free service stops directly in front of the airport on Highway 82. Buses typically run at :02 and :32 after the hour. For more information and to confirm departure and arrival times call the roaring Fork Transportation Authority at 1-970-925-8484.

Car rental and shuttle service are also available from Aspen to and from Denver International Airport. For more information on shuttles and buses click the back button on your browser and see our featured sponsor listings at the top of the page. During the height of the winter and summer seasons airport shuttles can be booked. Be sure to make your reservations well in advance.

The stop is located on the opposite side of highway 82 and a $3.00 exact fare is required. This stop also services other downvalley locations. For more information contact the RFTA at 1-970-925-8484.

This depends on the nature of your trip. If you are staying in downtown Aspen or Snowmass and plan on skiing for most of the time, then probably not. The bus system is free and there are plenty of cultural and social opportunities without venturing far. Parking is scarce. If you are planning on venturing around the valley, then a car is a great option. There are many scenic drives and beautiful destinations accessible by car. For more information on car rentals click the back button on your browser and click on the car rental link in our local listings at the top of the page.

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