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If you are visiting Snowmass without a vehicle, we’ve got transportation options to make sure you are where you want to be, when you want to be there.

Sky Cab (Skittles) Gondola Hours:

*Gondola will close after October 1, 2017 until winter season starts November 23, 2017. 

Winter Hours (November 23, 2017 – April 15, 2018): 8am-9pm

Local Bus Service

Village Shuttle 

The Town of Snowmass Village provides its own free shuttle service to almost any location in the Village. Buses depart from the shuttle terminal located just below the Village Mall on Daly Lane, and travel eight routes within the Village’s bus system. (See all of the Routes, Maps & Schedules for areas served within the Village.) Combined routes provide service between the Snowmass Center and the Village Mall every 10 minutes from 7:10 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. To talk to a representative call 970-923-5986. 


Roaring Fork Transporation Authority

The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) provides transportation services on a year-round basis. Free buses operate within the city of Aspen and between Snowmass Village and Aspen. Fare buses transport passengers to other points in the Roaring Fork Valley (Aspen to Glenwood Springs). Free shuttle service also connects all four ski areas — Snowmass, Aspen, Highlands, and Buttermilk. For free skier shuttle schedules, call RFTA directly at 970-925-8484, or visit the RFTA website.


Limo/Van Service

Scheduled and chartered services are available from Denver International Airport and Eagle County Regional Airport:

Colorado Mountain Express – 800.525.6363 or 970.926.9800

Aspen Limo Services – 970.925.2060

High Mountain Taxi/Limousine – 800.528.8294 or 970.925.8294

Smiddy Limo – 888.925.7505 or 970.925.7505

Snow Limo – 877.634.SNOW (7669) or 970.544.6475

Corporate Transportation Specialists / CTS Aspen – 970.925.8842 or 1-800-SKI-LIMO (754-5466)

Bustang – 800-900-3011


Travel By Rail

Experienced travelers say AMTRAK’s California Zephyr route is the most beautiful train trip in all of North America, and as you climb to the sky through the heart of the Rocky Mountains you’ll find it hard to disagree. Certainly, it’s the most comfortable way to travel between Chicago and the mountain towns of the west. Whether you travel for skiing in winter or hiking and sightseeing in summer, as you twist past the narrow canyons and towering peaks of the Rockies, or follow the Colorado River through a breathtakingly beautiful mountain wilderness, you’ll consider the train ride less a means of transportation than a destination itself. The Zephyr makes daily stops in Glenwood Springs, just 40 miles from Snowmass Village. Call 800-USA-RAIL, or visit