Learn to Nordic ski at Frisco's Nordic Center and then head out on your own on one or many of Frisco's vast Nordic trails. Bring the family along for plenty to do at the Frisco Adventure center, from tubing to sleigh rides.
Photo (above) courtesy of Todd Powell
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The Summit Nordic Ski Club is always accepting donations! It's one of Colorado's top ski clubs offering programs for young athletes to develop fitness, confidence and skills in a team based environment.
Stop by the Frisco Nordic Center and learn a different type of winter sport! Nordic ski lessons are available daily. If that isn’t your thing, these trails are also available for snowshoeing. Photo courtesy of Todd Powell
Frisco's multi-lane tubing hill is served by a surface lift — so you won't get tired out between epic runs! Photo courtesy Todd Powell
Grab some rentals and hit the Frisco Nordic Center trails on your own now that you're getting the hang of things. Photo courtesy Todd Powell
Your stay includes a full gourmet breakfast and house-roasted coffee.
Now that you’ve mastered the trails at the Frisco Nordic Center, go and try out the free Nordic Rec Path that goes between the Frisco Nordic Center and the Gold Run Nordic Center in Breckenridge. This stretch of trail is 7 miles long and boasts beautiful scenery of the Ten Mile Range.
Frisco's Main Street offers a mix of local boutiques, art galleries and restaurants, all along a 1-mile stretch of road. Sapphire Point Overlook is a scenic stop off of Swan Mountain Road that offers a short hike (less than 1 mile round trip) and beautiful views of Dillon Reservoir and the Ten Mile Range. It’s just a 10-minute drive from Main Street. Photo courtesy Mike Murphy