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Things to Remember When Booking a Shuttle

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Tough Winter Driving 300x200When preparing for your 2016 winter ski vacation, there seems to be an endless number of things to prepare for and items to remember. One very important detail is planning your transportation to and from the airport. Booking a shuttle or taking a car up to the mountains are always the most popular options, but the reasons to take a shuttle outnumber the reasons renting a car and span from convenience to cost effectiveness to safety. Here are some of the most important things to remember when booking a shuttle for your upcoming vacation.

With all of the equipment and day to day clothing needed for being on the mountain and for your ski trip over winter, planning a trip can be stressful. Try packing your outer gear in your board bag to avoid having to pay for additional baggage. Road safety when coming through the narrow windy mountain roads is always a concern. Don’t wrestle with the steering for two hours and trust a professional to take you safely to your resort. When booking your your shuttle to or from the airport, make sure you know your exact travel times/date, know your airline/flight number and have the total number of guests needing transport at the ready, as you will need this information for your reservation. When booking your shuttle, look for discounts for your service or ask an agent to see if there are any discounts they are currently offering.

Peak 1 Express Winter Shuttle RatesDon’t delay on booking your shuttle; most of our holiday shuttles will be full weeks out of the actual date. For those looking at Christmas week, book before Thanksgiving to assure you will have a spot on our Peak 1 shuttles. For booking feel free to give us a call at (855)GO-PEAK1 or follow the link provided to book through our online portal. For any further questions about our services or things to do in Eagle and Summit Counties, give any one of our agents a call at (970) 724-7241.