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    Basecamp for Adventure

    Frisco is the Main Street to the Rockies, located at the epicenter of Summit County, just 30 minutes from 6 world class ski resorts including Copper Mountain (7 minutes), Breckenridge (15 minutes) and Vail (30 minutes). But Frisco is not just about winter and skiing. Frisco sits on Dillon Reservoir and is surrounded by public lands, which are ideal for exploring the surrounding mountains.

    How to Get to Frisco

    Frisco is located in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains just 95 miles from Denver International Airport.

    Directions
    • Take I-70 West to Frisco (Exit #203).
    • To get to Main Street head south on Highway 9 (toward Breckenridge) for .5 mile to Frisco Main Street and turn right (west).
    Frisco Transportation

    Frisco is a hub for public transportation in Summit County so leaving your car at home is a viable option when visiting Frisco.

    Summer Fun

    Throughout the sprizng, summer and fall, visitors can find numerous options for hiking, biking, fishing, camping, rafting and boating. The Frisco Bay Marina serves as the gateway to  the majestic Dillon Reservoir, while Frisco’s Main Street features unique shops and boutiques, offering out of the box shopping and great bars and restaurants.

    Winter Fun

    Winter offers an abundance of skiing at six world-class ski resorts, including Copper Mountain Resort, which is just a quick 7 minute drive from Frisco. Frisco also boasts over 27k of Nordic ski trails and 20k of snowshoe trails at the Frisco Nordic Center.  And if you want to have fun in the snow sans skis- the whole family will enjoy tubing at the Frisco Adventure Park or taking a sleigh ride with Two Below Zero.

    Help Planning Your Visit

    The Frisco/Copper Information Center is here to help you plan your Frisco and Summit County visit. Let us guide you as you discover a new favorite trail, take on an adventure or just find a great spot for a beer. We can help you make the most of your time in Frisco, Copper Mountain and Summit County. Come in for a visit at 300 Main Street, email us at TOFinfo@townoffrisco.com or call us at 800-424-1554 to plan your trip.