Planes, Trains, & Automobiles
Fraser can be reached in a variety of ways: by automobile, by Home James luxury van service from Denver International Airport, by Amtrak train or by Greyhound Bus. The enthusiastically athletic can hike, mountain bike, road bike or cross-country ski to Fraser! The nearest private airport is in Granby, CO.
Driving Directions to Fraser
Note: There is no through route over the Continental Divide between Rollinsville and Winter Park on the Moffat Road. The road is a dead end from both towns, ending at the Needle's Eye Tunnel on the Rollinsville side and ending at Rollins Pass on the Winter Park side of the Divide.
Take I-70 west to exit Number 232, to U.S Highway 40. Travel approximately 28 miles, passing through the towns of Empire, Berthoud Falls and Winter Park (approximately 70 miles total from Denver) into Fraser.
From Denver International Airport
Exit the airport (via Pena Boulevard) onto I-70 west, travel through Denver to exit Number 232, on to U.S Highway 40 and follow above directions (approx. 80 miles) into Fraser.
From Steamboat Springs
Travel southeast on U.S Highway 40 (approximately 95 miles) to Fraser.
From Glenwood Springs
Travel east on I-70 to exit Number 232, on to U.S Highway 40 (approximately 135 miles) then drive north on Highway 40 into Fraser.
From Fort Collins, Loveland, Estes Park (summer months only)
Travel west on U.S Highway 34 to Granby, Colorado, turn left (southeast) on U.S Highway 40 (approximately 15 miles southeast of Granby) to Fraser. In winter, travel south on I-25 to I-70 west and see directions from Denver to Fraser.
From Walden & points north (Wyoming)
Travel south on U.S Highway 125 to Granby, Colorado, turn left (southeast) on U.S Highway 40 (approximately 15 miles) to Fraser.