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Frisco Adventure Park Opens New Hike-To Terrain Park

In late January, the Frisco Adventure Park opened a new hike-to terrain park next to their community ski and snowboard hill. This paid access terrain park is open five days a week from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Currently, the park has ten features which are only available via a short hike. It is anticipated that a mobile rope tow will be added in April and during the 2024/25 winter season to service the terrain park.

Currently, a variety of features are available, including boxes, rails and snow features which are being adjusted every few weeks and have progression from small to large. In mid-April when the Frisco Adventure Park tubing hill closes, these features will be moved from their current location to the tubing hill to take advantage of the snow in that area which often lasts well into late spring. At that time, a mobile rope tow will also be added to serve the terrain park.

The terrain park is being regularly maintained by the Frisco Adventure Park’s operations professionals, and tickets are required to access.

Terrain Park Ticket and Pass Prices

Day and season passes are available in person at the Frisco Adventure Park Day Lodge located at 621 Recreation Way.

Day Passes

  • Town of Frisco Residents: $10
  • Summit, Park, and Lake County Residents: $15
  • Non-Summit County Resident: $20

Season Passes

Season passes for the 2023/24 season will also include spring terrain park access starting in mid-April with a mobile rope tow included.

  • Town of Frisco Residents: $100
  • Summit, Park, and Lake County Residents: $150
  • Non-Summit County Resident: $200

“Park Smart” Terrain Park Safety

The Frisco Adventure Park encourages all skiers and riders to know and follow the National Ski Areas Association and Burton Snowboards’ “Park Smart” Terrain Park Safety initiative.

  • START SMALL – Work your way up. Build your skills.
  • MAKE A PLAN – Every feature. Every time.
  • ALWAYS LOOK – Before you drop.
  • RESPECT – The features and other users.
  • TAKE IT EASY – Know your limits. Land on your feet.

Winter at the Frisco Adventure Park

The Adventure Park is located within the Peninsula Recreation Area, which has miles of Nordic ski and snowshoe trails that wind in and out of the White River National Forest along the shores of Frisco Bay and the Dillon Reservoir. The Adventure Park offers year-round activities and amenities, and notably in the winter, this includes snow tubing, a community ski and snowboard hill, ski and snowboard lessons, snowshoeing, Nordic skiing, a terrain park, a free sledding hill across the street from the tubing hill, and horsedrawn cocoa and dinner sleigh rides. The Adventure Park also hosts a variety of events, including the oldest Nordic race in Colorado, kids’ ski races on the community ski and snowboard hill, a winter fat bike race, and even a costumed beer festival on skis and snowshoes.

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