- General Info
- Lessons, Tours & Clinics
- Season Passes
- Youth Nordic Programs
- Masters Ski
- Up & At ‘Em Ski Series
- Frisco Gold Rush
- Frisco Freeze Fat Bike Race
- Sleigh Rides
- Rec Path
Frisco Nordic Center 2020/21 Season
The Nordic Center will open on Friday, November 27, 2020 for day pass, punch pass, and season pass users only. You must bring your own equipment. Rentals and lessons will be available starting Monday, November 30, 2020.
There is a 1 km loop groomed for skate and classic as well as the 1.5 km Chickadee Snowshoe Trail. Please be prepared for variable early season conditions.
No indoor seating or warming is available this season. All guests should be prepared for outdoor winter conditions as trail pass sales, lesson/tour bookings, and rentals will be outside.
- Face coverings are required while at the Frisco Nordic Center
- Guests are asked to practice physical distancing
- Guests are asked to stay home if sick
- No indoor seating will be available, there will be access to indoor restrooms
Visit our trail conditions page or call 970-668-2570 to speak with a Nordic Center team member if you require more trail condition information.
Frisco Nordic Center General Information
The Frisco Nordic Center is just minutes from Frisco’s charming Main Street, offering an excellent high altitude facility for skate skiing, classic cross-country skiing and even snowshoeing, all with exceptional views of peaks in every direction. The Center offers 30 km of ski trails, 10 km of snowshoe trails, rentals, skate or classic lessons and ski tuning 7 days a week from their cozy cabin located on the Peninsula Recreation Area. The Frisco Nordic Center is also just steps from the Frisco Adventure Parks’ tubing hill and beginner ski/ride hill. For terrain, programs, hours and contact information, visit this page for updates or like the Frisco Nordic Center Facebook page for further updates.
- A variety of lesson programs are offered, along with rentals, and each season the Nordic Center hosts several races for all types of competitors.
- Hours of operation: 9:00am – 4:00pm, 7 days a week
- Located at 616 Recreation Way in Frisco, Colorado
- Nordic Center phone: 970-668-2570
- Dogs are not allowed on any of the cross-country or snowshoe trails. For a list of dog friendly hiking trails in Frisco, click here.
- Fat Bikes are not allowed on any of the cross-country trails or snowshoe. The Gold Run Nordic Center in Breckenridge does allow and rent Fat Bikes on their trails.
Nordic Trail Map
Trail Day Passes
|Daily Trail Passes – cross-country skiing & snowshoeing||Price|
|Children (12 and under)||Free|
|Punch Passes – cross-country skiing & snowshoeing||3 Day Pass||6 Day Pass||10 Day Pass|
Multi-day Punch Passes are transferable and valid at the Frisco Nordic Center, Breckenridge Nordic Center, and the Gold Run Nordic Center in Breckenridge. Passes can be purchased at any of the 3 locations and expire one year from the date of purchase.
Season Passes are also available to the Frisco Nordic Center and some passes include skiing at both Breckenridge Nordic centers.
Each price includes skis, boots, and poles.
|Daily Classic Ski Rentals||Price|
|Adult Performance Upgrade||$30|
|Children (6 and under)||$10|
|Daily Skate Ski Rentals||Price|
|Adult Performance Upgrade||$30|
|Adult High Performance Upgrade||$35|
|Children (6 and Under)||$10|
|Additional Rental Items|
|Pulk (Sled for pulling children while skiing)||$15|
A waiver must be completed before you can ski on the trails at the Frisco Nordic Center. Click the button below to complete your waiver online.
Road Conditions & I-70
If you are traveling to the Frisco Nordic Center on I-70 please be aware that heavy traffic will likely exist on all weekends, holidays, and during snow storms.
The Colorado Department of Transportation provides road condition updates on their website.
U.S. Forest Service Information
The Frisco Nordic Center is located in the White River National Forest and operates under permit with the USDA Forest Service. Click here to learn more about filing a discrimination complaint with the USDA.