There are a multitude of recreational paths that wind around and through town. They will connect you to other towns (all the way to Vail if you want) or give you access to off road trails. The rec paths in Frisco go past the trailhead to historic Mason Town and past an interpretive nature preserve area. People enjoy walking, biking, skateboarding, running with strollers, and roller blading along the rec paths.
The Town of Frisco maintains 12 miles of paved pathways that are within town limits. These paths take you through and around town and connect you to the Summit County Recreational Pathway System at a number of locations. Click here for a map of paved pathways in and around Frisco.
The Summit County Recreational Pathway System (Recpath) is a 55-mile long network of paved, non-motorized pathways that connect towns and resorts throughout Summit County. The Summit County system is connected to Eagle via Vail Pass. Please visit Summit County’s website for a map of the Summit County Recreational Pathway System.
The Recpath is jointly managed by Summit County, the towns of Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, and Silverthorne; Keystone Resort, and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT). The Summit County Open Space and Trails Department manages over 25 miles of the Recpath that are outside of town boundaries. CDOT manages the Recpath from Copper Mountain to Vail Pass.
For more information regarding the Summit County Recreational Pathway System, please visit the Open Space and Trails website for Summit County. Other local informational resources include bike shops in Summit County or the annual Bike Guide published by the Summit Daily News.