Getting from DIA to Boulder

We encourage you to use public transportation from DIA (Denver International Airport) to Boulder. If you take the express bus from DIA it arrives at Downtown Boulder Transit Center. If you are staying at the Best Western, it is a short ride from the bus station. If you are staying at the Hotel Boulderado, it is walkable.

Denver International Airport
Denver Airport Station Gate 8

Bus  AB1  Downtown Boulder via E-470

39 min (14 stops)


4:50 PM

Via Varra Rd & Via Lata Dr

4:53 PM

US 36 & Flatiron Station – Gate A

4:54 PM

Via Varra Rd & Midway Blvd

5:01 PM

US 36 & McCaslin Station Gate E

5:13 PM

US 36 & Table Mesa Station Gate D

5:14 PM

Table Mesa Dr & Tantra Dr

5:16 PM

S Broadway & Table Mesa Dr

5:18 PM

S Broadway & Dartmouth Ave

5:21 PM

27th Way & Broadway PnR

5:22 PM

Broadway & Baseline Rd

5:27 PM

Broadway & Euclid Ave

5:29 PM

Broadway & Pleasant St

5:32 PM

Broadway & Canyon Blvd

Downtown Boulder Station

1800 14th St, Boulder, CO 80302

Hotel Stay

Staying at the Hilton Garden Inn Boulder or The Hilton Embassy Suites, it is a short taxi ride from the bus station.

Pick & Drop

Call Uber or Lyft to get quick transportation to the Summit Venue @6007 Oreg Ave, Boulder, CO 80303

Best Western Plus Boulder Inn epicenter

Best Western Plus Boulder Inn

Address: 770 28th St, Boulder, CO 80303-2343

Please call 1-800-233-8469 and use reference
code “Regenerative Earth Summit” for a rate of
$180 $124/night for a room with
one King bed.


  • Free Wifi
  • Free Parking
  • Flat-screen TVs
  • Coffeemakers
  • Air Conditioning
  • Mini Fridge
  • Indoor Whirlpool
  • Pool
  • Non-Smoking Hotel
  • Fitness Center


Regenerative Earth Summit
Food + Climate + Culture

“A truly regenerative agriculture is one in which all the natural resources we use to produce food get renewed in the process of using them.”
~ Fred Kirschenmann

Plan to participate in The Regenerative Earth Summit: Food + Climate + Culture in Boulder, Colorado, for two days with fellow influencers, innovators and leaders in the natural and organic food space, regenerative agriculture movement, soil carbon sequestration community, farmers, investors, local food and civic leaders to work across sectors to build strategies and story-telling that drive adoption of practical, regenerative agriculture methods in our food system.

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