Breckenridge - Frisco - Dillon - Keystone - Arapahoe Basin - Copper Mtn
- Burke and Riley's Irish Pub - Breckenridge
- Peppino's - Pizza & Subs. Downtown Frisco. Try the Garlic Knots.
- Silverheels - Steaks. Downtown Frisco
- Two Below Zero - Dinner Sleigh Ride or Chuck Wagon http://dinnersleighrides.com
Things to do
- Quandary Peak - 13th Highest peak in Colorado at an elevation of 14,265. Round trip is just under 7 miles. Trailhead is located just off Hwy 9 about 8 miles south of Breckenridge.
- Sapphire Point Trail - .6 mile loop located off Swan Mountain Road between Dillon & Frisco. The trail overlooks Dillon Reservoir with scenic views of the Ten Mile Range & the Gore Range.
- Blue Lakes Trail - South of Breckenridge. The upper lake is a great place to see mountain goats in the summer. You can also drive to the upper lake.
- Dillon Reservoir
- Boat Rentals - Dillon Marina http://www.townofdillon.com
- Boat Rentals - Frisco Bay Marina http://www.townoffrisco.com
- Kayak Tours http://www.kayaklakedillon.com
- Water Taxi - Operates between the Dillon & Frisco Marinas. 11am-5pm weekdays / 10-6 weekends. Bikes & Dogs are welcome on-board. **May be closed for 2018**
- Keystone Lake
- Rent Kayaks, Paddle Boats, Canoes, or SUPs (Stand-up Paddleboards)
- Bike Rentals
- Scenic drives
- Boreas Pass Road - Located off Hwy 9 just south of Breckenridge. The 2wd friendly dirt road is closed in winter. The changing aspen leaves from mid September to mid October make this a popular fall destination.
- Blue Lakes - Great place to see mountain goats in the summer time. Head to upper Blue Lake, west of Hwy 9 on Blue Lakes Rd (850)
- Hoosier Pass - Located on Hwy 9 between Breckenridge & Fairplay.
- Loveland Pass - Located on Hwy 6 between Keystone and I-70 exit #216.
- Copper Mountain to Leadville on Hwy 91
- Bike or Drive around Dillon Reservoir
- Downtown Breckenridge
- Downtown Frisco
- Winter Sports - Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, Keystone, & Arapahoe Basin are all a short drive. Vail is also less than an hour away.