Saturday, June 6 - Run the Rockies Road Half Marathon and 10k
The Town of Frisco will host the 39th annual Rockies half marathon and 10k. Run the Rockies will offer road options to participants. Run the Rockies will provide racers with challenging race courses and breathtaking scenery.
Saturday, June 20 - Bacon Burner 6k
The Bacon Burner 6k is a 3.8 mile out-and-back run that will take place on a paved recreation trail. All racers will receive a commemorative piece of Bacon Burner apparel. All registrants 21 and older will also receive a free beer ticket to redeem at the BBQ Challenge. Strollers are welcome; please leave your pet at home. This race is open to 350 racers; all ages and abilities welcome. This race will sell out so register early!
Saturday, July 18 - 2nd Annual Frisco Triathlon
Are you looking for a new challenge this summer? Register for the 2nd Annual Frisco Triathlon that will feature stand-up-paddle boarding, mountain biking and trail running. This new twist on a triathlon is open to all ability levels and encourages athletes to take on a new multi-sport event.
Saturday, August 15 - Run the Rockies Trail Half Marathon & 10k
The Run the Rockies Trail 10k and Half Marathon will lead runners through the Frisco Peninsula trails with breathtaking views of Lake Dillon and the Ten Mile Range. 2014 will be the first year we’re hosting a trail half marathon as a part of the Run the Rockies races. This is a great course for a first time half marathon!
Thursday, November 26 – Turkey Day 5k
Start a new family tradition and join us for the 3rd Annual Turkey Day 5k in Frisco! We encourage you to come out and burn a few calories before celebrating with food, family and fun! This event is open to all ages and will take place on the Summit County Recreation Path and Town of Frisco side streets. We invite all racers to make a non-perishable food donation at the event which will benefit the Family & Intercultural Resource Center of Summit County. Click here for event details.
Date TBD - Frisco Gold Rush
Frisco’s 46th annual Gold Rush Weekend connects the mining history of the past with the Nordic traditions of the present. Frisco, Colorado’s Main Street of the Rockies was once the center of Colorado’s mining-boom and the convergence of two major railroads and stagecoach routes. At more than 9,000 feet, Frisco still values its rich mining history while being surrounded by some of the best ski resorts Colorado has to offer.