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26 Nov 2019
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Want to enjoy the trip through the Rockies and let someone else do the driving? Book one or more seats through River Ridge Rentals preferred partner, Fresh Tracks Transportation. Offering Denver International Airport service to all mountains as well as transportation between mountains (perfect for large groups!), locally owned and operated Fresh Tracks offers a comfortable and personalized experience. Receive 10% off your reservation with code “RRR” when you book online or over the phone!

Head to the hills in style and book one of Plan B Mountain Transportation’s private, luxury Mercedes Sprinter vans. Roomy enough for up to 11 passengers and equipped with a separate luggage compartment, this luxury transportation option offers airport service as well as service throughout Summit and Eagle counties and is one of River Ridge Rentals' preferred vendors.

Get behind the wheel yourself and book with a River Ridge Rental preferred company, Silver Car by Audi. A new way of rental cars, Silver Car allows renters to just ‘walk up and drive’ through their downloadable app. All vehicles come equipped with free 4G LTE WIFI, GPS, and satellite Sirius XM radio. Make sure to request a ski rack – no charge. Use discount code “RRRDEN” when booking.

Denver International Airport offers multiple rental car options and once you’ve booked, it’s just a short shuttle ride to pick up your vehicle. Throw your luggage in the back and skis on the rack – just be sure to request one! With Summit County averaging over 150 inches of snow per year, it is smart to request a vehicle equipped with four-wheel drive and be aware of traction laws along I-70.

Just looking to get around Summit County? The Summit Stage Free Bus operates between resorts all year long and the Breck Free Ride operates within downtown Breckenridge and surrounding areas.

No matter how you get here, just get here! We can’t wait to host you at one of our luxury accommodations - book today!

Photo credit to Fresh Tracks Transportation and Kellen Wilson.