Getting to Boulder

Getting to Boulder, Colorado made easier with highway 93.
Getting to Boulder, Colorado Is Easy

Located just 25 miles north of Denver, the charming community of Boulder is conveniently close to Denver International Airport and there are numerous shuttles, buses and even light rail service that make it simple to get in and out of the city any time of year.

On weekdays you’ll find there are more than 100 scheduled buses that run between Boulder and Denver. This makes it incredibly easy to get in and out of the Mile High City whenever it suits your schedule. Regional routes are also available, traveling between nearby cities such as Longmont, Golden, and Denver, as well as Denver International Airport. You can also book a ride with Super Shuttle, or you may find that your hotel offers shuttle service to and from Denver International Airport. If you like absolute freedom and enjoy going where the moment takes you, you may want to rent a car from any of the well-known rental agencies to make it even easier to get around the area on your own schedule.

Once you are in Boulder, there are a number of local taxi services that will be happy to shuttle you around town.

The Boulder Convention & Visitors Bureau offers a number of helpful maps to help you find your way around town. There’s a map that gives you a bird’s eye view of hiking trails and walking tours. The resort maps shows you where all the hotels in town are located. And if you’re interested in local wines and microbrews you’ll love the map that shows all the local breweries and wineries. There are also some detailed bike maps available as well as a map that shows all the best stops along the exciting Boulder nightlife scene.

There are so many things to see and do in Boulder any time of year, and the natural beauty of the area is astounding. Getting to Boulder is easy, and once you arrive you may find you never want to leave.

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