That's one way to ditch interstate traffic: just fly over it. According to The Points Guy, Southwest Airlines is now adding flights from Denver International Airport to Montrose, for skiers and riders. 

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The travel site says that between December 19 and April 5, Southwest will have up to three flights per day between DIA and Montrose, about a half-hour flight.

Montrose is home to the 'Circle of Bliss,' which includes Telluride Ski Resort, Powderhorn Mountain Resort, Silverton Mountain, Crested Butte, Monarch Mountain and Purgatory.

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