Vail and Beaver Creek

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ShermansTravel experts rely on years of collective travel experience to bring you the best money-saving tips for your vacation. We take a discerning look at all the attraction passes, public transportation options, and other local bargains to make sure you get the most bang for your buck while traveling.

Vail and Beaver Creek Money-Saving Tips

Mix It Up

Lift tickets may be pricey but they’re interchangeable at both Vail and Beaver Creek. Bonus: they also gain you access to nearby mountains like Keystone, Breckenridge, and Arapahoe Basin.

Take the Shuttle

The town of Vail has a shuttle bus service that runs every 3-5 minutes from 6 am to 2 am daily ( Eco-Transit also runs shuttles from 7:30 am to 6:25 pm between Vail and Beaver Creek (

Learn the Mountain

Mid-day lines are inevitable on the popular, central runs. For smoother cruising, carry a map and head to bowls or backside trails during peak hours.

Stay in School

Vail’s stellar ski school offers group or private lessons for all levels. Special workshops are also available for fine-tuning fortes like mastering moguls. (

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