Peak to Peak Movers covers all of Colorado and can even take you nationwide if needed. Below are just a few of the local areas that we cover. We have years of experience navigating these mountain passes across the Rockies so don’t hesitate to give us a call no matter where your coming from or where your going to.

Summit County Colorado

Summit County is our home. Being centrally located, and right off I70 allows us to help companies and residents move in and out of Silverthorne, Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, Keystone, etc. We are very familiar with mountain town living and feel honored to call this place home.

Steamboat Springs and Routt County

Steamboat Springs in Routt County is a growing mountain town, attracting residents from all over the country, seeking an outdoor, adventures lifestyle, or looking for a quiet place to retire. Home to Steamboat Springs Ski Resort and Howelson Hill, it is a most popular winter destination. It is rich in history and culture, and the Old Town Hot Springs and Strawberry Hot Springs are a favorite among locals and visitors.

We have helped many families move to and around Steamboat Springs and the surrounding towns like Craig, Hayden, Clark and Glen Eden.

Fairplay and Park County

Fairplay and Alma in Park County are just a few miles south of Breckenridge, CO and Summit County. Traveling over Hoosier Pass is an easy-trade off for locals who would like an even more quiet pace of life and land to build on. The views are incredible, and the access to both mountain peaks to climb or bike as well as warmer altitude fishing and hunting make for endless year-round opportunities for activity.

Buena Vista and Chaffee County

Buena Vista and Salida in Chaffee County have prime real estate along the river, building eclectic community spaces that include hotels, restaurants, river surfing, shopping, and even bouldering. Their easy access to 14ers, mountain biking, hot springs, and river rafting is coveted. These towns have become popular among young people looking to escape city life as well as older families looking for that small town feel with pristine views.

Avon, Vail, Edwards and Eagle County

Vail Mountain Resort draws many visitors to the mountain each year, and this county has a growing population of full-time and seasonal residents. Internationally known for its resort, trails, and seasonal events, Vail is becoming a favorite place to visit. It’s neighboring towns of Avon and Edwards are special communities with great schools, shopping, and restaurants which make them very attractive places to move for families.

Georgetown, Idaho Springs and Clear Creek County

Idaho Springs and Georgetown are not just places to pass through on I70. They are becoming attractive places to live for access to both the mountains and the Denver Metroplex. Idaho Springs has built up their Main Street to include fabulous restaurants like Westbound and Down and boutique shopping.

Grand Junction, Fruita and Mesa County

Mesa County is one of the largest counties in Colorado, West of Denver and continues to grow. Grand Junction and Fruita offer so many outdoor activities like mountain biking, hiking, and rafting as well as cultural experiences like art galleries, festivals, and history/scenery at the Colorado National Monument. With a large university, a growing downtown scene, and longer summer seasons, Mesa County is an incredible place to raise a family or grow a business.