Frisco, Colorado

Nestled high in the Colorado Rocky Mountains is a unique town called Frisco. It is a town of contrast claiming both the quiet charm and bustle of activity inherent in resort communities. In February 2003, Frisco was voted one of the 18 Best Ski Towns By Ski Magazine.

Encircled by the Arapaho National Forest, and bordered by the shores of Lake Dillon, Frisco is the geographic heart of Summit County. Its central location and designated hub of the free Summit Stage transit service makes Frisco the natural choice for year-round vacation lodging, dining, and shopping.

Shops, restaurants, and bars abound along Frisco’s two retail corridors. Main Street and Summit Boulevard reflect the diversity of Frisco Whether you’re shopping for handcrafted jewelry or t-shirts you’ll find it in Frisco. If elegant dining or just calling out for pizza is what you crave after a long day on the slopes, Frisco covers the spectrum.

During the winter months, Frisco activity teems under a blanket of shimmering white snow. Frisco’s proximity to the Continental Divide often means that storms dump snow overnight, then sunshine and blue skies the next day . . . a skier’s dream come true.

But winter is only a part of Frisco’s story: summer is an integral chapter, as well. Frisco’s mild humidity-free summers offer relaxing reprieve from the rat race, unique special events and a dose of the great outdoors.

Whether strolling along the marina to catch an alpenglow sunset or plunging headlong into winter sports adventure, Frisco offers vacation magic. Step into Frisco and take what you deserve!

Frisco Summer-

When wildflower-laden meadows sprout from melting spring snow, Frisco emerges as a summer playground. Mountain Bikes, Boats and Fishing Poles replace skis, snowboards and boots as the attire of choice; ski racks give way to bike carriers and camping gear.

Summer activity is as varied as the people who travel here to experience it. Some prefer leisurely-paced recreation – such as golf, fly fishing or boating on lake Dillon.  Others embrace more challenging adventure such as climbing or white water rafting. Still others sample tennis, four-wheeling, mountain biking, or in-line skating and biking on the 50+ miles of paved recreation path which runs from Vail to Frisco to Dillon and from Keystone to Breckenridge.

Frisco Winter-

Winter special events, sponsored by the Town of Frisco include Frisco’s Old Fashioned Christmas, the Governor’s Cup, the Frisco Gold Rush, Colorado’s oldest citizen’s cross country ski race, and the Tubbs Romp to Stomp out Breast Cancer snowshoe walk.

Cross Country skiers haven’t been forgotten in Frisco. The Frisco Nordic Center, on a Frisco peninsula overlooking Lake Dillon, offers 35 kilometers of ski track, ski rentals, instruction, and equipment sales. The Center, which boasts a 1,400 sq. ft. log lodge, offers the Frisco Cup Challenge, a series of dry land training and Nordic races throughout the season. It is also home to dinner sleigh rides, a horse-drawn dinner sleigh ride experience. Frisco also boasts the Frisco adventure park which offers exhilarating tubing and a lift ride to the top to save your energy!

With an excellent central location Frisco is a sure bet to fit all your needs when searching for home ownership in Colorado!

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