Summit County Neighborhood Guide

Joe & Steph

Summit County Neighborhood Guide

Food scene
Awesome and quick spot for breakfast to go or for dine in before you hit the slopes or the trails. Delicious sweets as well. We love the bagels sandwiches and the chocolate chip pumpkin bread.
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Blue Moon Bakery
253 Summit Place
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Awesome and quick spot for breakfast to go or for dine in before you hit the slopes or the trails. Delicious sweets as well. We love the bagels sandwiches and the chocolate chip pumpkin bread.
Great casual fare for brunch or dinner that won't break the bank. Try the BBQ plate!
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Arapahoe Cafe & Pub
626 Lake Dillon Drive
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Great casual fare for brunch or dinner that won't break the bank. Try the BBQ plate!
Best dinner in town! Make sure to have reservations well in advance, they are often booked a month out.
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Sauce on the Blue
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Best dinner in town! Make sure to have reservations well in advance, they are often booked a month out.
Best pizza in the county! The Vesuvius Deep Dish is our favorite.
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Peppino's Pizza & Subs
610 Main Street
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Best pizza in the county! The Vesuvius Deep Dish is our favorite.
Best Brewery in town
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Dillon Dam Brewery
100 Little Dam Street
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Best Brewery in town
Our favorite quick lunch in town
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The Argentos Empanadas & More
273 Summit Place
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Our favorite quick lunch in town
Our favorite local Mexican restaurant!
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Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant and Cantina
600 South Park Avenue
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Our favorite local Mexican restaurant!
Mountain Top Cookie Shop
128 S Main
For a romantic dinner in Breckenridge
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Hearthstone Restaurant
130 South Ridge Street
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For a romantic dinner in Breckenridge
Shopping
Outlet shopping to keep you busy and find great deals!
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Outlets at Silverthorne
246 V Stephens Way
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Outlet shopping to keep you busy and find great deals!
Biggest selection on local groceries. For less lines (but less selection), also try Target.
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City Market
300 Dillon Ridge Road
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Biggest selection on local groceries. For less lines (but less selection), also try Target.
For stocking up on provisions
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Target
715 Blue River Parkway
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For stocking up on provisions
Sightseeing
Nearby hiking trails within walking distance
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White River National Forest Trail access
County Road 1260
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Nearby hiking trails within walking distance
Totally unique local art for photo op
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Isak Heartstone
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Totally unique local art for photo op
In the summer, rent a pontoon boat for the day out of Dillon Marina. In the winter, cross country skiing on top of the lake. Year round biking on the paved bike path around the 20 mile perimeter of the lake.
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Dillon Reservoir
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In the summer, rent a pontoon boat for the day out of Dillon Marina. In the winter, cross country skiing on top of the lake. Year round biking on the paved bike path around the 20 mile perimeter of the lake.
Towns
There's one thing that stands out about Breckenridge. It's a town. A real town. With real locals and real characters—from ski bums to history buffs, and from skier moms to tech entrepreneurs. But we all have one thing in common ... we love Breck. Stroll down Breck’s main street and you might find yourself browsing through locally-owned shops, strolling art installations, discovering epic views or simply breathing the crisp mountain air as musicians play nearby. Our town displays it’s vibrant personality year round.
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Breckenridge
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There's one thing that stands out about Breckenridge. It's a town. A real town. With real locals and real characters—from ski bums to history buffs, and from skier moms to tech entrepreneurs. But we all have one thing in common ... we love Breck. Stroll down Breck’s main street and you might find yourself browsing through locally-owned shops, strolling art installations, discovering epic views or simply breathing the crisp mountain air as musicians play nearby. Our town displays it’s vibrant personality year round.
Vail Mountain Resort has two main base areas: Vail Village and Lionshead Village. Both are certainly ski-centric but summer activities and recreation are just steps away. Biking, whitewater rafting, fly-fishing, horseback riding, zip-lining, hiking and more are all easily accessible. Vail Village is serviced by Gondola One and has shopping and world-class dining, including Matsuhisa Vail. Lionshead Village, is a short walk (approximately one mile) or free bus ride west of Vail Village. It is serviced by the Eagle Bahn gondola and Chair 8.
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Vail
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Vail Mountain Resort has two main base areas: Vail Village and Lionshead Village. Both are certainly ski-centric but summer activities and recreation are just steps away. Biking, whitewater rafting, fly-fishing, horseback riding, zip-lining, hiking and more are all easily accessible. Vail Village is serviced by Gondola One and has shopping and world-class dining, including Matsuhisa Vail. Lionshead Village, is a short walk (approximately one mile) or free bus ride west of Vail Village. It is serviced by the Eagle Bahn gondola and Chair 8.
Affectionately called “Main Street of the Rockies” for our charming downtown, Frisco clocks in at just under 2 square miles. Frisco is the perfect springboard to all sorts of outdoor adventures that extend well beyond our town boundaries, including skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, biking, sailing, camping, and more. And when you’re done playing each day, we’ve got plenty of places for you to rest, relax, and resupply. With outdoor multi-sport opportunities at the Frisco Adventure Park, Nordic Center, Historic Park & Museum, and Marina on the shores of Dillon Reservoir, and year-round festivals and races, there’s plenty to keep you busy in Frisco. Our goal isn’t to keep you to ourselves, however. At just under 30 minutes away from six world-class ski resorts including Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, and Vail, we’re also happy to guide you beyond our friendly confines in the pursuit of your ideal Rocky Mountain getaway.
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Frisco
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Affectionately called “Main Street of the Rockies” for our charming downtown, Frisco clocks in at just under 2 square miles. Frisco is the perfect springboard to all sorts of outdoor adventures that extend well beyond our town boundaries, including skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, biking, sailing, camping, and more. And when you’re done playing each day, we’ve got plenty of places for you to rest, relax, and resupply. With outdoor multi-sport opportunities at the Frisco Adventure Park, Nordic Center, Historic Park & Museum, and Marina on the shores of Dillon Reservoir, and year-round festivals and races, there’s plenty to keep you busy in Frisco. Our goal isn’t to keep you to ourselves, however. At just under 30 minutes away from six world-class ski resorts including Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, and Vail, we’re also happy to guide you beyond our friendly confines in the pursuit of your ideal Rocky Mountain getaway.
Whether you’re a family with kids or a kid at heart, this laid-back mountain playground will make you feel right at home. Keystone Resort offers a huge variety of year-round outdoor activities and adventures, comfortable lodging accommodations and award-winning dining, all nestled in the breathtaking Rocky Mountains. With so much to ski and do here, making lasting memories with friends and family comes naturally.
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Keystone
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Whether you’re a family with kids or a kid at heart, this laid-back mountain playground will make you feel right at home. Keystone Resort offers a huge variety of year-round outdoor activities and adventures, comfortable lodging accommodations and award-winning dining, all nestled in the breathtaking Rocky Mountains. With so much to ski and do here, making lasting memories with friends and family comes naturally.
Copper Mountain, CO, much like other towns in Summit County, is widely known for skiing. There are three main base villages in Copper. Each is filled with a range of shopping, dining, lodging and activities. The town resides at 9,695 feet, on the western side of Summit County. During the summer, Copper Mountain hosts many festivals and events. The town boasts Summit County’s only go-kart track, in addition to mini golf, mountain biking, zip line, disc golf, a climbing wall and a bungee jump.
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Copper Mountain
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Copper Mountain, CO, much like other towns in Summit County, is widely known for skiing. There are three main base villages in Copper. Each is filled with a range of shopping, dining, lodging and activities. The town resides at 9,695 feet, on the western side of Summit County. During the summer, Copper Mountain hosts many festivals and events. The town boasts Summit County’s only go-kart track, in addition to mini golf, mountain biking, zip line, disc golf, a climbing wall and a bungee jump.
Skiing and Winter Sports
The largest night skiing in Colorado, combined with a diverse and challenging mountain, makes Keystone one of the best resorts in Summit County. They offer tubing and a great gondola ride to the top for those that don't ski or snowboard.
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Keystone Resort
1202 Jones Gulch Road
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The largest night skiing in Colorado, combined with a diverse and challenging mountain, makes Keystone one of the best resorts in Summit County. They offer tubing and a great gondola ride to the top for those that don't ski or snowboard.
What would the perfect mountain town be without its mountain? Boasting 5 peaks, 2,908 skiable acres, 187 trails, four terrain parks and the tallest chairlift in North America, Breckenridge Ski Resort offers unforgettable skiing and riding for all ability levels. Considered by many to be one of the best ski resorts in Colorado, Breckenridge combines unique character with unmatched terrain and impeccable service to stand out from the rest.
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Breckenridge Ski Resort
1599 Ski Hill Road
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What would the perfect mountain town be without its mountain? Boasting 5 peaks, 2,908 skiable acres, 187 trails, four terrain parks and the tallest chairlift in North America, Breckenridge Ski Resort offers unforgettable skiing and riding for all ability levels. Considered by many to be one of the best ski resorts in Colorado, Breckenridge combines unique character with unmatched terrain and impeccable service to stand out from the rest.
The best value for skiing in Summit County. Enjoy the longest ski and snowboard season in Colorado at Arapahoe Basin ski area. Arapahoe Basin or A-Basin is mostly known for advanced and expert terrain, but also has runs for the novice and intermediate skier, as well as a children's program.
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Arapahoe Basin Ski Area
28194 U.S. 6
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The best value for skiing in Summit County. Enjoy the longest ski and snowboard season in Colorado at Arapahoe Basin ski area. Arapahoe Basin or A-Basin is mostly known for advanced and expert terrain, but also has runs for the novice and intermediate skier, as well as a children's program.
Copper Mountain is the most beginner friendly of the ski resorts. Terrain at Copper ranges from beginner and novice to black diamond and bowl skiing for advanced riders. It’s naturally divided well amongst trails of similar difficulty, so you seldom make a wrong turn or can’t find a suitable way down.
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Copper Mountain Resort
102 Wheeler Pl
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Copper Mountain is the most beginner friendly of the ski resorts. Terrain at Copper ranges from beginner and novice to black diamond and bowl skiing for advanced riders. It’s naturally divided well amongst trails of similar difficulty, so you seldom make a wrong turn or can’t find a suitable way down.
With 5,317 acres of skiable terrain, Vail is one of the largest ski resorts in the world. Carve perfect lines on the front side and enjoy Vail's Five Star Grooming. Hit the Back Bowls to lose yourself in wide open fields of snow. And discover Blue Sky Basin to feel worlds away and explore backcountry-style glades.
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Vail Ski Resort
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With 5,317 acres of skiable terrain, Vail is one of the largest ski resorts in the world. Carve perfect lines on the front side and enjoy Vail's Five Star Grooming. Hit the Back Bowls to lose yourself in wide open fields of snow. And discover Blue Sky Basin to feel worlds away and explore backcountry-style glades.
Cross country skiing
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Breckenridge Nordic Center
9 Grandview Dr
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Cross country skiing