The Summit Stage is a free and easy form of transportation between Summit County locales. Free buses bring visitors and locals between Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, Silverthorne, Blue River, Arapahoe Basin, Breckenridge Ski Resort, Copper Mountain and Keystone Resort. Whether you need to visit a ski area, a medical center, residential areas, shopping centers, lodging or a downtown, the Summit Stage has four main routes to get you where you need to be. The Boreas Pass Loop (pink) goes from Breckenridge Station to Main Street Junction, visiting spots like the village resort, ice rink and residential areas in between. The Frisco-Breckenridge Loop (purple) goes from Frisco Station to Breckenridge Station, visiting Downtown Frisco, the Community Center and Adventure Park, spots on Highway 9 and the Breckenridge Recreation Center along the way. The Frisco-Silverthorne Loop (red) goes from Silverthorne Station to Frisco Station and stops at the famous Factory Outlet Villages. Finally, the Silverthorne-Dillon-Keystone Loop (light blue) goes from the Silverthorne station to River Run and also stops at the Factory Outlet Villages along the way. Other routes include the Copper Mountain Route, the Lake County Commuter, Wildernest Loop, Silverthorne Loop, Swan Mountain Flyer Route and the Blue River Commuter. There is a summer and winter schedule, so be sure to find the updated times when planning your travels. Bike racks are available on buses from May through October, and ski gear and pets are always welcome on the buses. Park for the day at the Frisco Transit Center. The Lake County Link is another form of transportation, offering commuter transportation between Leadville, Copper Mountain and the Frisco Transit Center. This Link is not free and requires passengers to pay a one-way fare or buy a punch pass.
Important Notice Pertaining to COVID-19
Hotels are permitted to reopen in Summit County beginning June 1st. Short-term rentals remain prohibited under the Colorado public health order. Restaurants can reopen at 50% capacity.
Read the latest here: SummitDaily.com/coronavirus