Lodging & Transportation

As you make your way to Ouray, please stop by the Ute Indian Museum in Montrose, CO to learn more about the history of the land we will be gathering in.

 

It is one of the nation’s most complete collections of the Utes, featuring exhibits and belongings that let visitors experience the history, culture and daily life of the early inhabitants of the Uncompahgre Valley. 

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We are partnering with Twin Peaks Lodge & Hot Springs to offer discounted lodging to festival attendees!

 

Twin Peaks is located right between the Ice Park (climbing) and community center (clinic & gear check-in), and within walking distance to the Wright Opera House (presentations & socials).

We have reserved ground floor rooms to increase accessibility for wheelchair and mobility device users. 

 

Reserve your room HERE to lock in our group rate of $100/night!

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Getting to Ouray

Ouray is located in Southwestern Colorado, 70 miles north of Durango and 98 miles south of Grand Junction. In winter, snow tires are recommended, but you don't need to have four-wheel drive.

 

International airports can be found within a 6 to 7 hour drive from Denver (DEN), Salt Lake City (SLC), and Albuquerque (ABQ). Regional airports exist in both Grand Junction and Durango, both within a 2 to 3 hour drive.

 

If you want to coordinate carpooling with other festival-goers, check out and post in our Facebook group!

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Festival Shuttle

Once you are in town, we will be offering shuttle services from 8:30am to 3:30pm going between the Ouray Ice Park, Twin Peaks Lodge, and community center.

 

In-town shuttle options will include wheelchair accessible transportation. Please email info@allinicefest.com for more information. 

Details will be shared during festival check-in.

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