Lyft Arrives In Colorado Ski Country

Lyft Arrives In Colorado Ski Country


Lyft Arrives In Colorado Ski Country


‘Need a Lyft?’ | Photo:Allie Michelle | Cover: Tony Webster

Über’s triumphant arrival in Colorado’s high country is prompting its competitors to move into ski country ASAP. Lyft announced this morning that they will be adding service to Summit, Pitkin, Routt, Miguel, and Grand counties this winter reports The Aspen Daily News.

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All in all the counties listed above serve 14 ski areas in Colorado. They are Winter Park, Ski Granby, Copper Mountain, Arapahoe Basin, Breckenridge, Keystone, Vail, Beaver Creek, Telluride, Steamboat, and all four Aspen/Snowmass ski areas.

In their announcement this morning the ride sharing app said it was stoked to grab a piece of the “13 million ski tourists” that visit Colorado’s rockies each year. 

The move will offer even more options for Colorado Ski Country locals and tourists alike who find themselves tuned up after après and need a ride home– That’s a good thing.

Find the entire Aspen Daily News article here: Lyft arrives as local ride share options expand

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