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Two women snowshoeing at Frisco Nordic Center.

Snowshoeing at the Nordic Center

Snowshoeing at the Frisco Nordic Center

Both snowshoe trails are open with early season conditions/thin cover in areas. Please use caution.

When you visit the Frisco Nordic Center, you will be surrounded by snowy peaks in every direction and the quiet of the trail. The Frisco Nordic Center offers beautiful trails and snowshoe rentals seven days a week. The Frisco Nordic Center is just steps from the Frisco Adventure Parks’ tubing hill and beginner ski/ride hill.

If you are interested in learning more about topics like local history, mountains, and flora/fauna we invite you to enjoy a self-guided snowshoe tour. The Chickadee Snowshoe Trail has eight interpretive signs placed along the route.

Snowshoe Renters: Please wear mid-weight or winter-weight boots that are at least above the ankle in height. Snowshoers should be prepared for winter conditions and dress in layers to keep comfortable. Hats and warm gloves/mittens are a must!

Snowshoe Trail Pass Rates

Daily Trail PassesPrice
Individual (12-64) $30
Seniors (65+) $25
Children (12 and under) Free

Snowshoe Rental Rates

Snowshoe RentalsPrice
Adults (18-64) $25
Youth (7-17)$20
Seniors (65+)$20
Children (2-6) $15

Frisco Nordic Center

970-668-2570
Nordic@townoffrisco.com

Physical Address

616 Recreation Way
Frisco, CO 80443

Hours

Frisco Nordic Center is open daily from 9:00am-4:00pm

Website

FriscoNordic.com

Mailing Address

PO Box 4100
Frisco, CO 80443

Closeup of two girls snowshoeing.
Two girls snowshoeing on trail through aspens.

Self-guided Snowshoe Tours

Self-guided snowshoe tours are a great way to enjoy a stroll through the meadows and woods of the Frisco Nordic Center. Eight interpretive signs are placed along the Chickadee Snowshoe Trail for your enjoyment. Signs share information about the surrounding mountains, Native Americans, Dillon Reservoir history, early settlers, mining, beetle kill, and fun facts about flora and fauna.

Free Snowshoe Trails on Public Land Around Frisco

With so much public land surrounding Frisco, you can also hike and snowshoe on some of the most popular trails both in Frisco and just minutes from Town! Please consider alternative modes of transportation to our busy trailheads when possible.

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