Two airports service Beaver Creek: Eagle County Airport, which is 30 miles from Beaver Creek, and Denver International Airport, 130 miles to the east. Denver International Airport is a major hub of travel, including international travel, and is serviced by almost all major airlines. We recommend flying into Denver International Airport, both because service to Eagle County Airport is limited during Sirens (and can be very expensive) and because flying into Denver will help you acclimate to the weather, altitude, and low humidity.
It can cost more than $200 round-trip to take a commercial shuttle from Denver International Airport to Beaver Creek, and as much or more to rent and park a car. We can do better than that! We’ve found a way to get you from the airport to Beaver Creek and back for about half the price—with the chance to meet attendees along the way.
The Sirens Shuttle costs $115 round-trip. A shuttle will leave Denver International Airport at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, October 22, and at 2:00 p.m. on both Wednesday, October 24 and Thursday, October 25; the return trip for all shuttle-riders will depart Beaver Creek on Sunday, October 28, and Sirens will assign you either the 11:00 a.m. or the 12:00 p.m. shuttle, depending on your departure time. Because of travel time, and to leave room for error, we recommend that you arrive in Denver no later than 5:00 p.m. on October 22, 1:00 p.m. October 24 or October 25, and depart no earlier than 3:30 p.m. on October 28.
A number of taxi companies, shuttle services, car services, and charter bus companies have scheduled service to Beaver Creek, most notably the Colorado Mountain Express. Please visit the Denver International Airport ground transportation page for more information.
There is no direct rail service to Beaver Creek, but Amtrak does serve Denver on the California Zephyr route.
Greyhound provides bus service directly to Beaver Creek and stops at the station there three times daily. Passengers can transfer from the Amtrak train station in Denver.
Please note that the Amtrak station is not near Denver International Airport. The light rail line to the Denver Airport is now open and available to take you to downtown Denver near the train station; you may also transfer by shuttle or taxi from the airport to the train station, which costs $20–65.
If you’d prefer to have complete flexibility in getting to and from Sirens, a number of car rental agencies have service counters inside Denver International Airport. Advance reservations are recommended. The Park Hyatt is offering Sirens attendees discounted valet parking at $10 per vehicle, per night.
From Denver International Airport and the east, follow directions to I-70 westbound. (To help orient you, the mountains are west!) Follow I-70 to exit 167 (Avon). Enter the roundabout and go to the left under the freeway. You will enter three more roundabouts as you travel through Avon: proceed straight through the first two and bear right out of the third onto Village Road. Proceed through the gate (simply let them know that you’re staying at the Park Hyatt) and continue up the mountain. Turn left onto Offerson Road. Turn right onto East Thomas Place. The Park Hyatt will be in front of you.
From Eagle County Airport and the west, follow I-70 eastbound to exit 167 (Avon), and then follow the directions above.
One useful driving resource is the COTRIP site, which has updated information on road conditions and construction.