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- Entire condo
Explore all that Frisco has to offer from this cozy condo. Walk to Main St. for shopping/dining, or the free Summit Stage bus to ski any of the multiple world-class ski areas. This corner, ground floor condo is remodeled & offers 1 bedroom & 2 full bathrooms with abundant natural light. This space offers a refreshing getaway!
- Private room
Premier location to everything. Spoil yourself with bonus amenities -2 hot tubs, pool, sauna. Walk to restaurants, shops on Main St. 5 min walk to bus. Copper, Breckenridge, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin close by! Charming room, your own entrance, private bath, on your own floor. Vintage ski décor. Mini bar. Owner & Bernese Mt dog live upstairs apart from your unit. Delighted to be your ambassador with 25+ years in Summit County. STR19-F0475 Frisco permit STR-010334
- Entire condo
Peak View Place vacation rental studio sleeps 4, has beautiful mountain views, an onsite hot tub and is within walking distance of both Main Street and the Summit Stage shuttle that links Frisco to Breckenridge Ski Resort (11 miles), or Copper Mountain (7 miles). In the winter there's skiing and tubing at Frisco Adventure Park just 1.5 miles away, while for summertime take your SUP or kayak to Frisco Bay is just 1 mile away. Endless hiking trails and the bike path are just outside the door.
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Your guide to Frisco
All About Frisco
Located at just above 9,000-feet elevation, 20 minutes north of Breckeridge, the small town of Frisco features an array of quintessential Colorado outdoor fun. Though it’s well known for its world-class skiing and snowboarding, Frisco also boasts scenic hiking and biking trails, a skate park, and plenty of water-based activities, including fishing, paddleboarding, and kayaking. The rugged Rocky Mountains and nearby Lake Dillon set the scene for all of Frisco’s top-notch outdoor recreation year-round.
Downtown Frisco, known locally as Main Street of the Rockies, spans a little under two square miles and is dotted with colorful buildings housing clothing boutiques, local eateries and restaurants, gift shops, and more. A former mining settlement during the Colorado Silver Boom, the history of Frisco remains a prevalent part of the area’s heritage. Stop by the Frisco Historic Park and Museum to learn more about the town’s fascinating past.
How do I get around Frisco?
Two hours away by car, Denver International Airport (DIA) is the main air transportation hub for travelers heading to Frisco. Renting a car is one of the most convenient ways to travel to the mountain town and explore the Colorado Rockies. The roads can become congested during the winter and summer seasons, making the free bus system and the Summit stage bus service available throughout the county a great option for traveling around Frisco and nearby areas. Shared shuttle services from the Denver Airport also provide transit to the Frisco Transfer Center, where you can hop on the free bus to get to your Frisco rental.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Frisco?
Fall in Frisco brings the crisp autumn air, brilliant fall colors, and the famous aspen trees that cast a golden glow throughout the stunning landscapes. The three-mile hike at Rainbow Lake leads to an alpine lake with spectacular views of the aspen groves that illuminate the trail. The Boreas Pass Road leads to the well-known Golden Tunnel, an archway created by aspens, which dazzles in brilliant shades of orange and yellow during the autumn months.
In winter, Frisco transforms into a winter paradise as the powder-fresh snow blankets the trees and mountaintops. The season also provides a retreat for winter sports lovers as the fresh snowfall creates exceptional conditions for ice-fishing on Lake Dillon and skiing and snowboarding at some of the world’s most popular ski resorts. Frisco experiences balmy weather through the spring and summer months, creating excellent conditions for hiking, biking, and various water-based activities.
What are the top things to do in Frisco?
Frisco Historic Park and Museum
Frisco Historic Park and Museum contains 11 original historic buildings, including a traditional teepee from the Ute Tribe, an old jail, and the Schoolhouse Museum, which showcases exhibits, artifacts, and photographs highlighting the town’s heritage and history. Other notable sights include Bill’s Ranch House, an 1895 log home, and mining cabins.
Frisco Bay Marina
The Frisco Bay Marina, situated on the shores of Dillon Reservoir, comprises a little over 3,200 acres of Lake Dillon and nearly 30 miles of shoreline. The town’s lifeblood, the marina features a sandy beach, exciting recreational activities, and water-side dining. And the marina shop offers canoe, kayak, and sailboat rentals.
Sapphire Point Overlook Trail
Situated between Keystone and Breckenridge, at an elevation of 9,500 feet, is where you’ll find Sapphire Point Overlook Trail. The short loop, which runs just under one mile, offers stunning views of the Dillon Reservoir and the surrounding Gore and Tenmile mountain ranges. Halfway through the hike, two to three picnic tables provide postcard perspectives of the lake, making a delightful spot for a lunch break.