The Town of Avon Skier Express service will get you to Beaver
Creek village for work or play seven days a week. All Avon lodges are
served with 15 minutes daily service from 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and
from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. 30 minutes daily service is available during
mid-day from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
During the 2015 Alpine World Ski Championships the Skier Express Shuttle will offer a direct route to the races from Avon. Look for the 2015 wrapped buses or the 2015 logo on a bus.
Getting Around During the 2015 Alpine World Ski Championship - It's as easy as 1 - 2 - 3 | Bus - Ski - Walk
Use the free transportation when you're here (available regularly, every
5-15 minutes in most cases). Bus stops will be clearly visible and
there will be plenty of volunteers to help you reach your destination.
Full 2015 bus schedules are available throughout town and on the buses.
1. Hop on the bus to Beaver Creek Village then take Centennial
(Chair 6) up and ski Red Tail down to the race finish at Red Tail
2. From the Westin Gondola, take Chair 15 then 18. Follow signs to Larkspur Bowl which will lead you to Red Tail Stadium
3. From Arrowhead, ski over to Bachelor Gulch and then take either Chair 16 or 18 and follow signs to Red Tail Stadium.
You can walk or snowshoe Trail '15 (aka Dally) from Beaver Creek
Village. If you don't have a pair of snowshoes, you can demo a pair at
the Atlas Snowshoe Tent. Allow for approximately 20 - 40 minutes to
hike uphill and 8 - 15 minutes to hike downhill, depending on snow
levels, personal fitness and speed.
Avon Station is a transit hub where you may find connecting bus service
to the Vail Valley communities of Beaver Creek, Vail, Eagle, Gypsum and
Dotsero, plus Leadville and Minturn.