TAKE MORE SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION TO YOUR FORESTS

-Transportation solutions to lessen congestion and help our forests. 

-Emissions have negative effects on our forests and water ways. Less single user car trips to the high country is better for the land you love. 

-A passenger car carrying one person emits 89 pounds of CO2 per 100 passenger miles, while a full bus emits only 14 pounds.

-A single tree can absorb 40 lbs/yr so lets help them out. 

HOW?

From DIA-Take one of the shuttle services available to you. They can take you right to your lodging. Check out our GO.i70 link below.

From Denver/Front Range-Carpool

Also, you can take Bustang from Union Station or Federal Center to Frisco Transfer Center here in Summit County. There you can hop on the Summit Stage for free to Copper, Breckenridge, Silverthorne, Keystone or Dillon. 

If you head to Breckenridge, check out the Breck Free Ride system.

https://www.breckfreeride.com/

-Partners  I-70 Solutions & Summit Stage   www.goi70.com/transit/copper-frisco    www.summitstage.com    

As a Summit County, Colorado Local Tom Koehler, founder of Sustainable Hiker, is passionate about driving people toward solutions for the health of our forests and waters. After many years of success in the capital markets that include stints as Director of Research for a wealth management company and Managing Director on a bond desk at a D.C. bank, Tom recognizes the true crisis that we are in with our forests and waterways and wants to foster a community that participates in its healing through traditional and non-traditional means. 

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T: 970-409-9391

sustainablehikertk@gmail.com

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