Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin are each less than 3 hours from the Colorado Springs Airport
Take a relaxing, rural drive to Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin using Highway 24 West to Route 9 over Hoosier Pass. There's no need to deal with traffic on I-25 and I-70 when you fly in to the Colorado Springs Airport.
Breckenridgeis 116 miles northwest from the Colorado Springs Airport - the trip takes just under 2.5 hours, assuming usual traffic and dry roads.
Keystoneis northeast of Breckenridge, 129 miles from the Colorado Springs Airport - the trip takes about 2 hours and 45 minutes.
Arapahoe Basin is past Keystone to the northeast, 134 miles from the Colorado Springs Airport - the trip takes about 2 hours and 50 minutes.
Local's Tip: Be sure to obey all speed limits, especially in Fairplay, Colorado. Also, adjacent to Fairplay is South Park, the town that the animated TV series is based on.
Want to grab a ride? Rocky Mountain Ride offers comfortable rides for you and your group of 1 to 14 passengers. Rocky Mountain Ride is happy to pick up and drop off at any location within Colorado Springs, CO and take you anywhere in the areas of Monarch Mountain, Breckenridge Ski Resort, Copper Mountain, Keystone, Ski Cooper, and Arapahoe Basin. This service is available for one way or round trip transportation. We recommend reserving your ride well in advance to ensure availability. Skis and Snowboards are transported at no additional cost. This service is also ideal for pick up and drop off at the Colorado Springs Airport.
Fly direct or connect to get to the slopes faster!
Getting to the mountains is hassle-free when you fly into Colorado Springs, named Colorado's Airport of the Year in 2019. Avoid the ski traffic and take a relaxing, rural drive along Highway 24 West. Enjoy the scenic beauty of the mountain range and get your first taste of Colorado splendor on your drive up. Why waste precious time in your car when you could be carving that fresh powder?