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    Family Strolls through Village after Skiing in Vail, CO.

    Directions, Parking, and Transportation

    While Vail, Colorado is a mountain town located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, getting here is surprisingly convenient! Whether you’re taking a flight or a road trip, the ease of traveling to Vail might keep you coming back year after year. 

    Vail is located along Interstate 70, which runs west / east through Colorado. There are two main areas in Vail: Vail Village and Lionshead Village, where Montaneros is located. The two villages are just a ten-minute walk from each other, and there is a free shuttle that runs between the two as well. If you will have a car, there are parking garages in both Lionshead and Vail Village as well.  Montaneros offers complimentary parking for one vehicle per condo.

    Getting to Vail By Plane

    Vail is serviced by two airports. Eagle Regional Airport is located 30 miles west of Vail (around a 40-minute drive). Denver International Airport (DIA) is located 120 miles east of Vail (around a two-hour drive). Both airports offer direct flights from major cities and other regional airports. Flight schedules change seasonally, as summer and winter are busier than the spring and fall.

    To get from either airport to Montaneros in Vail, you can either rent a car or take a shuttle. For airport shuttle services, we recommend the High Mountain Taxi (to/from Eagle) and the Epic Mountain Express (to/from DIA). If you are flying into Eagle, you can also take the local ECO Transit bus

    Driving Directions from Denver International Airport:

    Take Pena Blvd to I-70 West
    Stay on I-70 West approximately 120 miles
    Exit the main Vail exit, #176. At the end of the exit ramp, turn right to enter the round-about
    Follow the round-about under the interstate and get off the round-about at Lionshead/South Frontage Road (if you miss this road, do not back up - continue around the round-about and you will come back to it)
    Stay on the South Frontage Road heading west for approximately 3/4 mile
    Turn left on West Lionshead Circle, located at the base of the pedestrian bridge that crosses the interstate
    If you are driving, please pull up to the garage located at 641 West Lionshead Circle, buzz through the gate and check in at Montaneros front desk

    Driving Directions from Eagle/Vail Airport:

    Vail/Eagle County Airport is served by six major U.S. carriers with connections worldwide. The airport is located just 30 minutes from Vail and Beaver Creek, and 90 minutes from Keystone and Breckenridge via Interstate 70. Due to Eagle's mild climate, the airport is able to maintain an extremely consistent flight schedule, even in high season when the nearby mountains are filled with snow.

    Take I-70 East approximately 40 miles
    Exit the main Vail exit, #176. At the end of the exit ramp, take the turn off for Lionshead/South Frontage Road
    Stay on the South Frontage Road heading west for approximately 3/4 mile
    Turn left on West Lionshead Circle, located at the base of the pedestrian bridge that crosses the interstate
    If you are driving, please pull up to the garage located at 641 West Lionshead Circle, buzz through the gate and check in at Montaneros front desk

    Parking at Montaneros in Vail

    Parking for 1 vehicle is included with your Montaneros vacation rental. Guests can utilize our underground, gated parking structure. Upon check-in you will be given a pass your vehicle. 

     

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