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Summit Stage service changes effective April 17

JENNIFER HUFFMANsummit daily news

SUMMIT COUNTY – As the mountains begin to close for the season, the Summit Stage is gearing up for its new spring schedule.Service changes for the Stage, which will be effective April 17, are as follows:* Silverthorne-Dillon-Keystone route: Buses will operate on the half hour beginning at 6:15 a.m. until 1:45 a.m. This route will now include Dillon Valley and arrive at Keystone at 50 and 20 minutes after the hour.* Keystone-Dillon-Silverthorne route: Buses will operate on the half hour beginning at 6:30 a.m. until 1:30 a.m. This route will now include Dillon Valley and arrive at Silverthorne at the top of the hour and 30 minutes after the hour.* Silverthorne service: The Silverthorne route will add the factory stores stop at 16 and 46 minutes after the hour and change the name of the La Quinta stop to Ptarmigan.* Boreas Pass-French Gulch route: This route will have a new schedule sequence operating from 6:45 a.m. to 12 a.m. The sequence begins at 6:45 a.m. at the Breckenridge Station and completes the French Gulch loop. It then leaves the Breckenridge Station at 7:15 a.m. and completes the Boreas Pass loop. The route will then repeat the Boreas Pass loop twice for each trip to French Gulch. French Gulch departs at 45 minutes after the hour every other hour until 10:45 p.m.* Summit Cove-Keystone route: This new route in Summit Cove will stop at Cove Blvd., Swan Mountain Village B Circle, Swan Mountain Village office, Whispering Pines, Summit Cove Elementary School, North Vail Circle, fire station, Summit County Road 123 and back to the Summit Cove station. It will make two continuous loops of this route and then one loop to the Keystone Conference Center each hour between 6:52 and 9:52 a.m. and again between 1:52 and 5:52 p.m.For additional information, call the Summit Stage at (970) 668-0999.


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