Nordic ski and snowshoe your way around Frisco, Copper Mountain and Leadville. You'll see parts of the Colorado backcountry rarely reached, dine on four-course meals and take part in some classic winter activities like ice skating.
Get out in front of backcountry danger this winter, and keep safety top of mind! Seek education and training prior to heading out, or utilize a professional guide or a seasoned mentor to explore Colorado's backcountry. Find more ways to get informed and stay safe in Colorado.
Summit Nordic Ski Club offers programs to young athletes to develop fitness, confidence and skills in a team environment. Help them out by donating or volunteering.
The Old Dillon Reservoir Trail is an easy hike at 1.6 miles round-trip. It offers stunning views of Dillon Reservoir and the surrounding mountains. Directions: From Frisco Main Street, turn left onto Highway 9. Drive one mile and turn right onto Dillon Dam Road. In approximately 1.5 miles, the trailhead will be on the left.
Copper Mountain has miles of cross-country ski trails that are free to enjoy. They're located around the golf course and West Village. They range from easy to difficult, and if you need to rent snowshoes, they're only $20 at Copper.
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Cruise through the trees at Copper Mountain on one of the longest alpine coasters in North America! It's a thrill-ride you made for the whole family.
Enjoy some time on the ice by grabbing some skates and stopping by West Lake, located in Center Village at Copper Mountain. If you're feeling spirited, make use of the broomball or hockey equipment on hand.
All the lodging accommodations are steps away from chairlifts, restaurants, retail shops, activities and nightlife. Each accommodation is a little different from the other — so there are plenty of options for your family.
The Mineral Belt Trail loops the city of Leadville, traveling through aspen groves, conifer forests, meadows and open vista sage parks. Wintertime enthusiasts will find the trail snowcat-groomed.
Hungry for an exceptional dining experience above and beyond the metro-cuisine scene? Ski, snowshoe or hike to the Tennessee Pass Cookhouse and savor an elegant evening of four-course dining in an idyllic backcountry setting.