Saving On Parking When You Arrive Late To Vail
Saving Money Parking At Vail Resorts In Colorado Can Be DoneVail is the largest ski resort in the United States and is a must-see for any ski or snowboard enthusiast. Visiting the Vail Resort can be costly, especially if you have never been before and aren’t aware of the inside tips to save money. Parking is the first tip as this can eat up your entire vacation budget in only a day. If you are one of those people who enjoy “sleeping in,” you don’t have to worry about making it to the resort too late and not being able to find a lot with available space. You can save money on parking with these three handy tips, regardless of what time of day you get to the lodge.
Many people aren’t aware that the buses around town are free transportation. Learn the routes and hop on the bus that will get you where you need to go. It may take a little longer to get to your destination than driving yourself, but for free who’s going to complain? The ECO Transit will take you between Vail, Beaver Creek and Avon at a minimal cost, normally $3 to $5 each way. The Shuttle will take you from Vail to Beaver Creek and costs $5 each way.
For people who just can’t take public transportation you can always find someone in your hotel that is going to the resort. Hitch a ride with them and split the cost of parking. This way you will save money on parking, not have to worry about using your own gas and will get to your location without making unnecessary stops. Hitching can be risky but you have ski poles or a snowboard for self defense, right?
Some people just don’t have the courage to ask a stranger for a ride. Let’s face it; it isn’t the safest way to travel anymore. These people have the option of hoofing it to the lodge or taking their own vehicle. This means eating up that budget for parking. Rest assured there are other ways to save money while at Vail to offset the cost of parking. This may stink but you can always eat in your room rather than dining out every day. There is a grocery store located within walking distance to most of the hotels in Vail Village and you can get everything you need. Grab some ice out of the hotel ice machine and keep your drinks cold in the bathroom sink.
Getting around Vail doesn’t have to be as expensive as you think. There are many ways to save on the cost of parking at the resorts. Taking public transportation and hitching rides from other hotel guests is a couple of options. The last option includes saving money on food so you can afford the cost of parking.
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