Escape To the Mountains

It's time to get lost in the sun! Make every day spectacular when you stay and play in Summit this Spring.

Back of Man Backpacking
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Explore Summit County

Whether you're looking to float on massive Lake Dillon, seeking family fun, or craving getaway filled with romance and luxury, the possibilities are endless.

Summit County

Summit County is located among the high peaks of the Colorado Rockies, immediately west of the Continental Divide. The elevation ranges from a low of 7,947 feet above sea level at Green Mountain Reservoir to a high of 14,270 feet at Gray’s Peak.

The dry, high-alpine climate yields long, snowy winters that have attracted world-class ski resorts. The pleasantly warm summers are ideal for hiking, biking, fishing, backpacking, kayaking and tons of other recreation.
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Insider Tips from Around the County

So Many Things to See and Do

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The Resorts

Find family fun and endless acres to explore. These magical mountain resorts offer something for everyone, and are great to visit any time of year.

Breck Golf Club Clubhouse

Explore Breckenridge

Breckenridge offers world class skiing, a roller coaster, and endless trails for hiking and biking.

Arapahoe Basin Kids Lesson

Arapahoe Basin

“The Legend” features amazing skiing, disc golf and some of the best views in the county.

Endless fun

The Resorts and Neighborhoods of Summit

The 'Hoods

The cool towns of Frisco, Dillon, and Silverthorne all offer unique dining, shopping, and outdoor fun.

The Grand Hotel Frisco

Check Out Frisco

Featuring a marina, an incredible adventure park, great shopping, creative chef-owned restaurants, and live music, Frisco Rocks!

Dillon Amphitheatre in the Sun

Explore the Town of Dillon

Dillon has miles of paved bike paths, a great marina, shopping, restaurants, and an amphitheater for live music events.

Outside of Outlets at Silverthorne

Explore the Town of Silverthorne

Silverthorne has an outlet mall, scenic pathed bike paths, parks, a river for fishing and recreation, and a brand new downtown district featuring locally-owned restaurants and shops.