Getting to Frisco:
Greyhound Bus: The Greyhound bus picks up and drops off at the Frisco Transfer Center behind Safeway. Check online or call Greyhound Customer Service at 1-800-231-2222 for ticket information and destinations.
Getting around Frisco and the surrounding area:
Public transportation in Summit County is provided for free by the Summit Stage. Bus service is available to most ski areas, shopping centers, medical centers, and some residential areas in Summit County. The Summit Stage runs to Boreas Pass, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Dillon, Dillon Valley, Frisco, Keystone, Silverthorne, Summit Cove, Warrior’s Mark, and Wildernest. There is also a Lake County Link route that services Leadville – a fare is charged for this route and has limited service times. Please click here for the most up-to-date and full schedule – please note that the schedule changes seasonally. All Stage buses are wheelchair accessible. Guests requiring additional services may call Mountain Mobility at 970-418-0964. To use Mountain Mobility you must have a qualifying disability that prevents you from riding fixed-route buses. During the Summers, the Summit Stage buses are equipped with bike racks. During the Winters, buses are equipped with ski racks. Bike racks and ski racks are provided for your convenience on a first-come, first-served basis and are used at your own risk. If space is available, skis and snowboards may be brought on board. Bikes are not allowed inside buses. Bikes may only be loaded during daylight hours. Tandems and bikes with child carriers are not allowed. Contact the Summit Stage directly with any additional questions at (970) 668-0999.
Additional transportation options and services: (in alphabetical order)
453-TAXI: provides 24 hour airport service and statewide service from Summit and Eagle Counties. Their name says it all, contact them at (970) 453-8294 or click the link above for their website.
CME (Colorado Mountain Express): This is a private company that provides transportation to the Denver International Airport as well as mountain resort communities and downtown Denver. They have a point-to-point pick up area in Frisco behind Safeway grocery store. CME features Wi-Fi in their vehicles as a convenience for their customers. Contact them at 1 (855) 438-7967.
FreshTracks Transportation: They will travel around Summit County and also drop you off and pick up in Eagle County. Call them at (970) 453-4052 for pick up information. This service is also available in summer. Check their website for more information at: www.freshtrackstransportation.com.
Hertz Local Edition: Contact them at (970) 668-1031 or visit their website at www.Hertz.com for rental vehicle information.
High Mountain Taxi: provides 24 hour transportation services with Summit and Eagle Counties. Call them at 970-513-1111 or book reservations online at www.hmtaxi.com
Jake’s Mountain Shuttle: Contact them at (970) 401-0988 for pricing and service offerings.
Lake Dillon Water Taxi: Here’s a unique way to get between the Frisco Bay Marina and the Dillon Marina: by pontoon! The Water Taxi can also be reached at (970) 486-0250 for a schedule. This is a summer-only option usually open from Memorial Day through Labor Day (weather-dependent).
Peak One Express: “Your safe, direct and affordable shuttle to the Rocky Mountains.” Call them at 1 (855) GO-PEAK1.
Powderhound Transportation: “A powderhound is the first skiier or rider on the lift then leaves when all of the powder is gone.” Call them at 1 (888) 248-7772.
Stagecoach Limousine: Summit County limousine service for special events, or just traveling in style. They can be reached at (970) 390-3599.
Summit Express Transportation: Starting as low as $45, Summit Express offers transporation service to and from Denver International Airport, as well as charter shuttle service to selected areas such as Vail, Aspen, Beaver Creek and Steamboat. You can reserve online at www.summitexpress.com or call them at 1 (855) MTN-VANS.
Please contact each individual transportation company for their current prices and service offerings.