Colorado Vacation Rentals: Place Your Feet on Best Trails in Summit County
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in Breckenridge. Come alone or bring the whole crew to hike Summit County’s best trails this year. There’s a place for you to stay in Breckenridge. Look into our current Colorado vacation rentals at River Mountain Lodge and in Blue River. If you fall in love with the Rocky Mountain lifestyle, Colorado Luxe Living will find you a long-term rental. Make it permanent with fine Summit County real estate to add to your portfolio.
Take the easier trails, difficult ones, and those in between. It doesn’t really matter. The important thing is fresh mountain air and a new perspective. You will long remember the refreshing beauty: fabulous mountain vistas, rustling aspen, and bubbling streams.
Trails in Summit County
So, come on up to the high country and find the best trails. Take a quick spin around Lake Dillon or conquer Quandary Peak. People of every hiking ability sing the praises of Summit County trails. Imagine hitting the 100 trailheads and exploring the diverse trail systems–one hike as exciting as the next. For example, there are 300 miles of hiking trails in the Dillon Ranger District of the White River National Forest. Summit County maintains 50 miles of natural surface trails and 40 miles of dirt roads.
- 1. Mohawk Lakes Trail is at the southern end of the Ten Mile Range. This hike is less than 7 miles round-trip and takes you near streams and waterfalls to the Upper Mohawk Lake.
- 2. Baldy Mountain or Bald Mountain is close to downtown. It is popular Ridgeline leads to Boreas Mountain. Breckenridge sits at 9600 feet and these trails take you to over 13,000 feet without too much duress. Catch the trail at Highway 9 via Boreas Pass Road.
- 3. After those warm-ups, go higher: Grays Peak and Torreys Peak measure over 14,000 feet. Find the easiest trail to Torreys at exit 221 on Interstate 70, go over dirt park area to Forest Road 189 for 3 miles. Start early in the day for the full 9-hour hike.
Now go for the hike to Peak 1, a pointed Peak above Frisco. This is a 4000-foot ascent, mostly above the tree line. To find the trailhead, take Highway 9 to West on Main Street. Turn left on second Street to the end of the road. Alternately, take the trailhead from Frisco Recreation Path at Mount Royal Trailhead. Not far away is the trail to Buffalo Mountain where you experience impressive views of Lake Dillon. This hike is about 6 miles round-trip. From Silverthorne take Wilderness Road to the end.
Bring warm summer clothes for the upward journeys into Colorado high country. And, yes, come stay a while in one of our comfortable vacation rentals.
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