Driving in Colorado is relatively easy with the majority of resorts based off Interstate 70 (I-70). When planning to visit multiple resorts, for example on the Colorado Ski Safari, it makes sense and will save you money to visit those that share the same lift pass.
The Epic Pass products cover Vail, Beaver Creek, Keystone, Breckenridge & Araphoe Basin, while the Route 40 pass covers Winter Park & Steamboat, located on highway 40. Many of the resorts are in close proximity to other resorts, for example Keystone and Copper are within 20 minutes of Breckenridge, and Beaver Creek only 45 minutes away.
Driving at night is a little different to the UK as the roads do not have cats eyes due to the snow ploughing that thankfully occurs regularly in winter. We recommend you plan ahead, and if the weather is bad look at the road bulletins, know your route and allow plenty of time to reach your destination. If you're lucky, you'll spot wildlife on some of the more remote highways, with lay-bys to stop in and get the camera out.
All of our Colorado resorts can be reached by transfer if you prefer not to drive.