Located near the center of the United States, getting to Cheyenne is relatively easy. Serviced by two interstate highways, as well as the Cheyenne Regional Airport and nearby Denver International Airport, Cheyenne is readily accessible by either automobile or air.
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|Travel By Car |
Interstate 80 is the main route for driving to the Cheyenne area from either the east or west (434 miles from Salt Lake City, UT; 499 miles from Omaha, NE).
Interstate 25 is the main route into Cheyenne from the south or north (100 miles from Denver, CO; 456 miles from Billings, MT).
In addition, Cheyenne is accessible from the northeast on Hwy 85 (291 miles from Rapid City, SD and the Black Hills) or from the southeast on the same Hwy 85 (49 miles from Greeley, CO). View current road conditions
Travel By Air
Cheyenne Regional Airport, located just north of downtown Cheyenne, offers daily flights to Denver International Airport.
Great Lakes Airlines: offers connections to United Airlines and Frontier Airlines
Denver International Airport is conveniently located only 90 minutes south of Cheyenne by car. To drive to Cheyenne from Denver International, take toll-road E-470 north to I-25. Exit north on I-25 north to Cheyenne.
Take a Trolley Tour
The Cheyenne area is served by three Visitor Centers which can provide more information and travel counseling on your Cheyenne trip.
Downtown Cheyenne Visitors Center
Pine Bluff's Visitor Center
Wyoming Visitor Center