There are 69 airlines flying into Denver International Airport (DEN) and the airport has international arrivals and customs. There are direct flights from London, Frankfurt, Canada and Mexico and connections from all over the world. The list of routes is on the website http://ourairports.com/airports/KDEN/routes
Epic Mountain Express is offering discounted shuttle transportation between Denver International Airport and Keystone. The discounted rates are as follows:
Route DIA to/from Summit County
Shared Ride Shuttle Van $55
4 Passenger Private Vehicle Luxury SUV $312
10 Passenger Private Vehicle Mercedes Sprinter $370
12 Passenger Private Vehicle Transit XL $429
Shared-ride shuttle rate is per-person, one-way and the private vehicle rates are per-vehicle, one-way. Private vehicle rates are inclusive of gratuity.
https://www.epicmountainexpress.com/services and type ICCGE where it says “Enter Promo/Group Code”
The price is $55 each way, or call 970-754-7433 and reference the group code “ICCGE”
Rental cars are available from a variety of vendors. Keystone is just off Interstate 70 on State Highway Route 6. The distance from Denver International Airport is 96.4 miles and typical travel time is 1 hour 41 minutes. It is a beautiful drive and you will then have transportation freedom in the Keystone vicinity and farther after the conference.
A Note of Caution
Attendees are cautioned that Keystone is at a rather high elevation (9,300 feet or 2,800 m) and some attendees may experience difficulties with the altitude at first. In order to avoid experiencing altitude sickness, guests are encouraged to limit their physical exertion for the first day or two and drink plenty of water. For some guests, consumption of alcoholic beverages may aggravate these effects.
The summer weather in Keystone is temperate, but the sunlight is intense. Be sure to use plenty of sunscreen, wear a hat and, again, drink plenty of water when engaging in outdoor activities.
It is the responsibility of the conference attendees and their families to have their own medical insurance. The conference, the organizing committee, the American Association for Crystal Growth and the International Organization for Crystal Growth and their officers bear no responsibility for medical care for conferees and their families.