How To Use Mountain Village Dial A Ride Service
Dial A Ride Service Resumes this Thursday, May 27th. Here’s Info on how to use Dial A Ride
455 Mountain Village Blvd.
Mountain Village, CO 81435
Ph: (970) 728-8888
Sunday – Saturday
7 a.m. – midnight
We offer Dial-A-Ride as another form of free transportation for our residents and visitors to and from most locations within our town limits. Dial-A-Ride operates seven days a week from 7 a.m. to midnight. We extend Dial-A-Ride hours in conjunction with extended gondola hours. When this occurs, we will post this information to our Web site’s homepage under Village Events. To access this public service amenity, follow the steps outlined below.
- Call for pickup and drop-off. Use a courtesy phone located in the Station Mountain Village Gondola terminal located in the Mountain Village Center, ask a Guest Service Agent to radio you a shuttle, or dial (970) 728-8888.
- Have all the information ready so that we may process your call. We will need your name, the number of riders, your phone number and the pick-up and drop-off location request.
- Be ready to go when we arrive as we can only wait for three minutes; your cooperation will be appreciated by the next customer in queue.
Please follow these guidelines in order to make your Dial-A-Ride trip easy and seamless. And if you happen to leave behind a personal item, please refer to our Lost and Found procedure.
- Our vehicles are easily identified by the Mountain Village logo. Our fleet includes three E85 Yukon SUVs and two Toyota Highlander Hybrids.
- Please do not initiate calls from Telluride or anywhere outside of our town limits.
- We are a transportation service, not a delivery service. Please do not ask us to deliver groceries or transport items such as luggage from one location to another.
- We operate on a first-come, first-serve basis, so please no reservations.
- Unfortunately, we are unable to provide service to Big Billie’s Apartments, Mountain Lodge, Telluride Apartments, The Bear Creek Lodge and Village Court Apartments.
Photo of Hope Lake. One of my favorite places to hike to during the summer. Yes, the water is really that blue. Some of the best wild flowers in the area.