Vail Transportation Center
All busses in and out of Vail come here, including county bus system, inner-Vail system, and Denver Airport transports
The unit is located directly across the street from the free Town of Vail Pineridge bus stop. It runs every 30-minutes to Vail Village. The ride takes 10-minutes.
Get the Next bus application and then we are the Chamonix stop in West Vail. In summer you take the Red because thats all that runs and in Winter its the Green Line!
This is where all the busses depart from. You can catch the Sandstone bus from here. Check the schedule online or you can pick up a bus schedule on a bus or at the center.
This is where you park if you are going into Vail Village, as well as where you would take the Red & Green bus to get home or get off if you are heading to town.
Grocery or Supermarket
“Easy to access and close by. Get everything you need. Reminder - grocery stores in Colorado only sell beer with 3.2% alcohol. For real booze go next door to the liquor store.”
“Amazing if you are looking for fine dining. If you have to pick one fancy restaurant in Vail, this should be the top of your list. The menu is expensive, but worth it! They do run off season specials if you are traveling outside of the winter and summer peaks. Check the local newspaper for specials. Other really great restaurants for fine dining include: Sweet Basil and La Tour. ”
Point of Interest
“If you are passionate about classical music, live concerts, dance festival, we are fortunate to host world recognized best performing artists. It is a beautiful setting with the mountain open air backdrop. To be able to listen such amazing talents, seating on the lawn having a picnic, is quite an experience.”
“Vail Village/ This place is always packed so if you wan't a table send someone over early to get your name on the list. Not fancy, and it isn't about the warm cozy staff! It's about the best $5.00 by the slice pizza that you've ever had, for a real treat try a slice of Snow pig...my mouth is watering as I write this!!”