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Ride a Bus from Denver to Estes Park

Denver RTD Buses

The Denver/Boulder area operates an excellent public bus system with many routes and frequent stops all over the area. You can easily travel from the Denver’s Union Station to Lyons, Colorado for a $10.50 Regional Day Pass for unlimited rides in one day. See for maps and schedules for the Regional Y route. However, this option would require that you take other transportation from Lyons to Estes Park such as the Estes Park Shuttle (970-586-5151,

Union Station in Denver, Colo.
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Bustang Bus

New in 2019, a pilot program for Bustang bus transportation between Denver’s Union Station and the Estes Park Visitor Center runs from Sunday, August 24 through September 29. The cost is $10 per passenger. Ace Express Coaches of Golden contracts with CDOT to operate the Bustang buses to Estes. For more information, visit

Private Estes Park Shuttle Bus

Take the Estes Park Shuttle from the Denver’s Union Station, Denver International Airport or Denver Greyhound Bus Station to Estes Park. It’s $95 round-trip ($55 one-way). Contact (970-586-5151, for more information.

Charter Bus for Groups

Traveling with a group? Reserve a charter bus and professional driver with the Denver Charter Bus Company. They have vehicles as small as 18-passenger and 25-passenger minibuses and as large as 56-passenger full-size buses. Some transports offer premium amenities such as reclining seats, onboard restrooms, WiFi, power outlets, TVs and more. 212-756-1283,

Estes Park Transportation to Rocky Mountain National Park

For private taxi service in the Estes Park area, call Estes Park Taxi at (970) 372-9888 or Peak to Peak Taxi at (970) 586-6111.

During the summer vacation season, free park shuttles are available with pickups in Estes Park to popular westside trailheads and Bear Lake.

Estes Park has many tour companies with outings to the park in vehicles from 4wd Jeeps to convertible buses. Find more information at