Silverthorne, Colorado

The Town of Silverthorne was incorporated in 1967 and is located in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, approximately 70 miles west of Denver at an elevation of 8,730 feet.  It is situated along the Lower Blue River Valley below peaks of 12,000 and 13,000 feet, and is surrounded on two sides by national forest and the Eagles Nest Wilderness Areas.

The Town is considered by many to be the gateway not only to Summit County, but also to much of Western Colorado, due largely to its excellent location as the first exit west ofthe Eisenhower Tunnel along I-70, at the intersection of Highway 9 and Highway 6. The Denver International Airport is roughly 100 miles from Silverthorne, approximately atwo-hour drive. There are five ski areas within a half-hour drive from Silverthorne.

Silverthorne boasts endless recreational activities including world class gold medal fly fishing, the Raven Championship Golf Course at Three Peaks, Nordic Skiing, Rafting and Hunting. Silverthorne is also home to world class shopping at the Outlets at Silverthorne along with many dining and nightlife options.

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