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One Way Car Rental Denver to Las Vegas with Sixt

Take to the open road with a one-way car rental in Denver. We give you the opportunity to drive to a variety of destinations with a one-way rental, including to Las Vegas. Our service gives you more flexibility and allows you to pick up a vehicle in one city and return it in another. Sixt gives you affordable rates for one-way rentals whether you are relocating, traveling for business, having a road trip, or simply need a car for a portion of your journey. On certain routes, including Denver to Las Vegas, you will be charged a one-time one-way fee that you will see while booking online. Choose from our selection of premium vehicles and extras for a comfortable drive from Denver to Las Vegas.

Drive from Denver to Las Vegas with a One-Way Car Rental

Traveling from Colorado to Nevada, you will see mountains and flatlands, as well as desert. Denver offers a much different atmosphere than Las Vegas, offering both outdoor adventures and a thriving downtown. Most people know Las Vegas for its over-the-top casinos and shows, but a short drive away are attractions such as the Hoover Dam. Rent an SUV in the winter to ensure safe travels through mountainous areas. We also have a variety of vehicles including economy cars, convertibles, sports cars, and luxury sedans. Be advised that not all vehicles are available for one-way rentals.  

Driving Directions from Denver to Las Vegas

The route between the two cities is straightforward. After picking up your one-way car rental at Denver Airport, you drive on Interstate 70 west through Colorado and most of Utah. At the junction where I-70 ends, take I-15 south to Las Vegas. On the way, you will pass through national forests and small cities and towns. The interstates will have ample options for food, although it’s best to fill your vehicle’s gas tank early in more remote areas.

 

Sights to see on the way

  • Stop in the former Gold Rush town of Golden outside of Denver.
  • Hanging Lake, in a canyon near Glenwood Springs, is worth a visit in warmer weather.
  • Just across the border into Utah, take a detour south on Highway 191 to Arches National Park.
  • Hiking enthusiasts will enjoy stretching their legs in Zion National Park, just off I-15 in Utah.
  • Once in Nevada there are more natural wonders to see, like Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.