Steamboat Springs Transit runs a free bus service along Lincoln Ave from 12th St in the west to Walton Creek Rd in the east. It also goes up Mt Werner Rd to the gondola.
In winter you can get direct service here on American, Delta, Alaska and United from Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas/Ft Worth, Houston, Newark, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Seattle, Washington/Dulles…
This taxi and shuttle service makes several daily runs between Steamboat and Denver International Airport (shared ride from $93, four hours one-way). It also makes trips to the Yampa Valley Regional Airport (from $3…
To skip the car-wait line at Strawberry Hot Springs, consider taking this combined shuttle tour that picks you up at your location and drops you right at the springs for a three-hour round trip.
Fort Collins/Loveland Airport is serviced by Allegiant Airlines with connections through Denver, Las Vegas and Phoenix. This is the closest airport to Rocky Mountain National Park.
With a customer information counter, lockers and bicycle racks, this central bus terminal also serves as Fort Collins’ Greyhound stop.
This shuttle service runs to Yampa Valley Regional Airport ($38 one-way) and beyond, though trips to DIA and Vail get very pricey.
This is the town’s public transportation network. Single rides cost just $1.25, with some free services late night downtown.
This unstaffed Greyhound terminal sends buses between Craig and Salt Lake City ($69, 6½ hours) or Denver ($52, six hours).
This shuttle service connects Denver's airport to Estes Park about four times a day. The trip takes two hours.