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Front Range Shuttle is the only direct shuttle to and from Denver International Airport and Colorado Springs. We have 6 daily trips in our shared ride vans and also offer Executive SUV service and Private / Charter van services. 
Front Range Shuttle is family owned and operated. We are located in Colorado Springs, but we proudly service the entire United States. Our rates are competitive and our service in unmatched. We take a lot of pride in providing you, the customer, the BEST possible service.
Our drivers are safe, background checked, and knowledgable about the sights you might see on your trip to or from Denver International Airport. Our fleet of vehicles are the newest, cleanest and safest around, we care about your safety as much as you do. At Front Range Shuttle, we want you to be a customer for life, not just today. If you are need of a shuttle to any airport, want to experience our Executive car service or need a private van charter, CALL US, and experience what it is like to ride with a company that cares.

This Week in Colorado Springs (10/24-10/27)

Our Last Warm Week!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - October 24, 2016

It appears as though we’re heading into our last week of warm weather here in the Springs, so visitors and residents alike should definitely try to get out in the sun!
Starting off the week with Monday evening (10/24), The Gold Room will be showing the Denver vs. Houston game on Monday Night Football. The Gold Room has an entire wall of 5 giant screens in the highest definition, no small screens with tiny scores!
Tuesday morning (10/25), we start the day off in Larkspur, just North of Colorado Springs. Starting at 9 a.m., the Colorado Pumpkin Patch will have a petting zoo, pony rides, activities for kids, and of course, pumpkins! Tuesday evening Thunder and Buttons Bar & Grill will be having their monthly Geeks Who Drink trivia night. Play in teams of up to six, or by yourself if you want a real challenge! Winning teams get bar cash, street prizes, and of course, street cred among fellow geeks who drink.
Continuing with our October/Halloween theme for this week, on Wednesday (10/26), Outlets at Castle Rock will be throwing their first Wicked Wednesday Halloween Party! With a magic show, face painting and a costume contest (12 and under), it will be a spooky, fun family evening. For our adult readers, Front Range BBQ will also be having a Halloween and costume party, but for adults! Live music will be presented by Grass It Up starting at 7:30 p.m., and festivities facilitated by Ska Brewing and Avery Brewing Company.
Thursday afternoon (10/27) should be our warmest day of the week, and what better way to bring a close to our warm weather than a nice walk/jog through The Garden of the Gods? Hosted by the G.O.G. Visitor & Nature Center, they have mapped out 5 phenomenal routes for all ages and groups, one of which is designed specifically for strollers of pets on leashes! After a nice walk in the park, you might consider stopping by Jives Coffee Lounge for their weekly Open Mic Night! Offering the most creative coffee recipes you will ever have, you can either sign up with the barista and strut your stuff for your 15 minutes of fame, or just sit back and enjoy the show of local talent!

And as always, don’t forget about Front Range Shuttle, from cozy SUV’s to 25 passenger tour buses, we have your airport transportation needs covered!

This Weekend in Colorado Springs (10/21-10/23)

A Warm Fall Weekend!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - October 20, 2016

Colorado Springs is in for yet another sunny Fall weekend, and there's plenty going on around town to keep you entertained!

Starting off with Friday evening (10/21) visitors and residents alike are in for a rare treat, as the Orionid Meteor Shower will be at its peak! Join up with Professor Moonbeam of the Colorado Springs Astronomical Society at Fountain Creek Nature Center for another round of Fall Night Sky for Beginners, telescopes provided.
Following an evening of stargazing, Saturday (10/22) will be a wonderful day for a walk in Old Colorado City, which will be hosting this year’s Giant Pumpkin Festival! Tons of fun for kids, there will be games, prizes, face painting, and much more! For the adults in the crowd, Old Colorado City will also be hosting the Giant Spirit Tour, a walking tour of the best tastings and samples of beer and wine around. Saturday evening will be relatively low-key here in town after the day of festivals in Old Colorado City, but if you’re still looking for a night out, you might enjoy the Broadmoor World Arena. This weekend the Colorado Springs Philharmonic will be presenting “Citizen Without a Country”, a unison of the works of Brahm and Dvorak. The works of these two composers are united by their emotional intimacy and grand love of country.
Wrapping up the weekend with Sunday afternoon (10/23) here in the Springs, why not try your hand at the Ultimate Escape Experience Competition? You find yourself locked in a room, surrounded by unfamiliar objects, puzzles, and hidden clues…the clock is ticking! Think you can escape the room? Presented by Enter the Room, prizes for the team with the fastest escape include a split of $10,000 cash (divided among your team members), a live radio interview, and a host of local gift certificates!

And as always, don’t forget about Front Range Shuttle, from cozy SUV’s to 25 passenger tour buses, we have your airport transportation needs covered!

Happy Monday from Colorado Springs!

A Cool Fall Week

By Tony Fleming-Brum - October 17, 2016

It’s looking like our transition into cooler weather here in Colorado Springs is going to be nice and smooth this week. Starting off with a slightly overcast Monday evening (10/17), why not join the Independent Film Society of Colorado for their Indie Movie Night at Ivywild School. This week’s showing will be Son of Ghostman, admission is free, and there will be a full bar and snacks available!

Tuesday and Wednesday (10/18-10/19) of this week are both slated to be very chilly days, so if you’re in town, they’ll be good days to take in some of the great indoor attractions here in the area. If you’ve got kids with you here in town, they would absolutely love a visit to Arcade Amusements Inc. (also known as The Penny Arcade, although not all their games are just a penny). They have over 80 coin operated rides for kids, one of the West’s largest pinball collections, and with over 86 years in business, it’s not a museum, but a true history of the coin machine business. After an afternoon on the town with the kids, you have most certainly earned a nice, relaxing evening. Art&Wine is a signature program that brilliantly pairs wine and art with talks on both, hosted by New Horizon Artists and local wine experts Michael Larkin and Darby Gould.

Another fun day trip for the young (oR the young at heart) is the Cave of the Winds in Manitou Springs. Offering much more than just cool cave tours, the Cave of the Winds Mountain Park has zip-line tours of Williams Canyon, the Wind Walker challenge course, and the Terror-Dactyl ride which drops you 200ft. at nearly 100mph! That then brings us to Wednesday evening (10/19) here in the Springs, and this week the Broadmoor World Arena is presenting Korn! Identified as pioneers of Nu Metal music, the members of Korn have stated that their major influences were Metallica, Nirvana, and Led Zepplin. Co-headlining the event will be Breaking Benjamin, an American hard rock band known for their chart-topping music and electrifying live performances.

Thursday afternoon (10/20) the Pike’s Peak Library District will be hosting the first established Yoga Group at the Monument library. Join host Corrine as she leads the group through a routine that may reduce cancer risk factors, as well as aid in the psychological healing process. Wrapping up your week here in the Springs, you are in for quite a treat on Thursday and Friday night! With clear skies and very mild Fall temperatures, both nights will be perfect for a late-night walk or hike to see the peak of the Orionids Meteor Shower. Averaging about 20 meteors per hour, it is produced by dust grains left behind by Halley’s comet. Meteors will radiate from the Orion constellation, but should be visible anywhere in the sky on a nice, clear night!

And as always, don’t forget about Front Range Shuttle, from cozy SUV’s to 25 passenger tour buses, we have your airport transportation needs covered!

This Weekend in Colorado Springs (10/14-10/16)

Fall Weekend Fun

By Tony Fleming-Brum - October 13, 2016

You’re in luck if you’re travelling to Colorado Springs in the next few days, as it seems our unusually sunny start to the Fall is going to hold up for the weekend! For a fun start to the weekend, the Space Foundation will be presenting this month’s Space After Dark event (10/13). Dress up as your favorite mad scientist this week and join fellow space enthusiasts with beer, snacks, and fun mad science experiments that you shouldn’t try at home!

Saturday (10/14) is also shaping up to be an exciting day here in town, with the annual Japanese Cultural Festival and Bazaar being presented by the Japan-America Society of Southern Colorado. The Bazaar will be featuring a variety of original Japanese wares and traditional foods for sale, as well as demos of Japanese instruments and martial arts throughout the day! After a day out on the town, what better way to wind down the Saturday evening than taking in the smooth sounds of Chris Smithers, a truly American blend of Folk and Blues. He will be presented by Rock Mountain Highway at The Gold Room, a 1933 art deco building which has been retrofitted as a state-of-the-art live performance hall.

Sunday (10/15) here in the Springs is slated to be the clearest day of the weekend, and with a high of 81°, should be a perfect day to visit the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo! As America’s only mountain zoo, the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is uniquely suited to showcase the Rocky Mountain wildlife in its natural habitat. Treat yourself to engaging and memorable encounters with mountain lions, grizzly bears, lynx, and bald eagles in this one of a kind exhibit.
Of course I would be remiss if I were to leave out Sunday night at the Broadmoor World Arena, where the WWE will be presenting an adrenaline filled evening of live wrestling championships. This will be your chance to see Seth Rollins vs. Universal Champion Kevin Owns, Roman Reigns vs. Rusev w/ Lana, plus many more WWE favorites in the premier entertainment and sports venue in the Pikes Peak Region!
And as always, don’t forget about Front Range Shuttle, from cozy SUV’s to 25 passenger tour buses, we have your airport transportation needs covered!

This Week in Colorado Springs (10/10 - 10/13)

Fun Events Around Town

By Tony Fleming-Brum - October 10, 2016

It’s looking like we’re going to have a nice, sunny week here in the Springs, perfect for taking in the sights!
To get the week rolling, the Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts will be hosting Rock n’ Roll Hall of Famer Jackson Browne on Monday night (10/10). Come on out and experience first-hand some of the most literate and moving songs of the 21st century! Also being hosted this week at the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center will be Salvador Dali’s Divine Comedy series, originally commissioned to celebrate the 700th birthday of Dante Alighieri. If you’re looking to celebrate Halloween a bit this week, the Fieldhouse Brewing Company has adopted a candy theme for their Test Tap Wednesdays (10/12). This week get a taste of their Reese’s Cup Milk Stout, and try out their life-size Jenga right outside! To cap off the week here in the Springs, put on your dancing shoes, grab some friends, and enjoy an evening of music, food, and fun in the Big Red Barn at Venetucci Farm. Live music presented by The Living Arrows and local band Family Elephant.
An don’t forget about Front Range Shuttle, from cozy SUV’s to 25 passenger tour buses, we have all your airport shuttle needs covered!