At 9,600ft above sea level, this winter vacation destination is one of the highest resort areas in the entire state of Colorado. It gets about 300 inches of snow in the wintertime, and the snowclad mountains provide a spectacular view.
You have the option of going on a hike and bike, or even opt for dog sledding, whitewater rafting, and historic and ghost tours that can be an exciting experience!
Go on your winter vacation during January to relish the astounding display at the International Snow Sculpture Championships. And if all that isn’t enough, some of the most beloved winter activities in the area include sledding and tubing.
So grab your saucer, sled, or any other type of glider, and check out Carter Park, Frisco Adventure Park, where you’ll be greeted by three lanes of different difficulty levels, Copper Mountain Tubing Hill, and Adventure Point at Keystone Resort.