Traveling to Boulder

Airport:

You should fly into Denver International Airport (DIA).

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Getting from the airport to Boulder:

Regional Transport Bus: If you would like to help mother nature a bit and take the #1 rated public transport in the nation, you can catch a AB Bus (stands for Airport-Boulder) to and from the airport. It is a really nice bus that you can catch from the airport. On the way back there are a variety of spots to catch it in Boulder. At the airport, find the RTD bus desk when you come up the escalators into the main terminal – they can help you (or follow signs for RTD buses). You can see the schedule for AB buses here at RTD-Devner.com. Cost is (as of this writing) $13 and you need exact change. The bus drops you off just off all along Broadway through Boulder and ends at the Pearl Street Mall.

Driving/Renting a Car: If you are renting a car or getting a ride, its about a 45 minute drive from the airport to Boulder. Take the main airport exit and it will merge with to I-70 West. Exit I-70 on I-270. I-270 will turn into US-36. US-36 takes you right into Boulder.

Super Shuttle: You can take the Super Shuttle for around $20. It should drop you off at your hotel!

Hotels/Places to Stay:

Unreasonable Hosts:

Only available for those coming for the Funder Boot Camp and Unreasonable Investor Days (not for Climax attendees sadly, we wish :-)), we will have a very limited amount of space at the homes of Unreasonable Hosts. Unreasonable Hosts are local Boulder community members that have kindly opened their homes to those visiting for the events. Our goal is to make this as darn easy and inexpensive on you as possible so you can focus on the important stuff: connecting with and supporting Unreasonable Entrepreneurs. If you happen to be interested in staying with an Unreasonable Host, please email Verity Noble verity [at] unreasonableinstitute.org. She will work with you to see if there is room. 

Hotels:

Click colored circles on the map for details. Most hotels are within walking distance of the main events (Boulder is not super big), or a short taxi ride. As for the hotels, green = least expensive, blue = middle, pink = most.

Frequently asked questions:

How Should I get around? Do I need a car?: We do not expect you to need to rent a car to get around during the events. You can walk most places. At worst you share a 5 minute cab ride, which is far less expensive than renting a car.

How is the bus from the airport to Boulder and back?: Public buses are not usually awesome. The bus is great. It’s $13 (bring exact change), extremely on time, and highly convenient. Not to mention it is environmentally friendly. In our opinion it is the best option.