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Frisco is a quintessential Colorado mountain town perched between mountains and a lake at 9,097 feet in elevation and just 90 minutes from Denver International Airport. Frisco is uniquely situated within 30 minutes of six world-class ski resorts, including Copper Mountain (7 minutes), Breckenridge Ski Resort (15 minutes), Vail Mountain (30 minutes), Keystone Resort (15 minutes) and A-basin (25 minutes). Throw in an appealing Main Street replete with locally owned shops and restaurants and you have a unique “resort-less resort town,” which has the good fortune of sitting in the midst of incredible recreational opportunities while still retaining its small-town charm. In other words, it’s the ideal spot to set up base camp, whether for a winter vacation on the snow or a summer adventure on the trails and water. During the winter, just minutes from Main Street, the Frisco Adventure Park offers a lift-assisted tubing hill, beginner ski/ride hill, Nordic center with cross-country skiing and snowshoe trails and horse-drawn sleigh rides. The Frisco Bay marina, sits at the eastern end of Frisco’s Main Street, offers all of the components for a quintessential “summer lake life,” from pontoon boat and stand-up paddle board rentals to fishing and sailing. The opportunities for summer activities like hiking and mountain biking are boundless, as Frisco is surrounded by public lands with easy access to trailheads from all corners of town. Frisco is also the area’s hub for 55 miles of paved recreation path, which are ideal for road biking, running and walking.

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