For a ski retreat or a hiking adventure, it's hard to beat a Summit County vacation rental. Containing areas of both the White River National Forest and the Eagles Nest Wilderness, as well as the ski areas of Arapahoe Basin, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, and Keystone, one of our Summit County condo rentals is an outdoor enthusiast's dream.
Whether you book a cabin in charming Frisco, a lodge getaway in laid-back Keystone, or a ski condo in popular Breckenridge, you'll have a perfect Summit County vacation rental to call home.
Things to do Near our Summit County Vacation Rentals
In summer, get back to nature while you paddle along Lake Dillon, rent a boat at the Frisco Bay Marina, or hop on your mountain bike and cycle the trail from Frisco to Keystone, following along the scenic Snake River. This time of year, the Breckenridge Ski resort turns into a summer fun park with a roller coaster, an alpine super-slide, zipline, 4X4 tours, and much more.
From late July to until November, fly fishing is also a popular pastime for Summit County vacation rental guests, with rainbow, brown, and lake trout in many of the regions lakes and rivers. And when you work up an appetite, head home to your Breckenridge condo rental for cocktails on the patio and a home-cooked meal.
Of course, just because you have a kitchen at your Keystone condo rental, doesn't mean you have to use it for anything more than heating up leftovers. In Keystone, there's the Cala Inn for an authentic Irish Pub feel, the Butterhorn Bakery and Cafe in Frisco (don't be surprised if there's a wait for breakfast in the morning), and in the resort town of Breckenridge, you'll have your pick of everything from fine dining to tacos.
In Keystone, Frisco, and Breckenridge, wintertime means skiing and snowboarding. But don't forget snowshoeing, tubing, snowmobiling, dog sledding, and even sleigh rides. From your Summit County vacation rental, it's a short drive to some of the west's best destinations for winter sports.
In the fall, there's no better place for viewing colorful leaves and enjoying the crisp, fresh. mountain air than on one of Frisco's many scenic trails. Take the hike around Rainbow Lake and make your way through towering aspen trees, then connect to Miners Creek Road or the Peaks trail for even more vibrant foliage.
Come experience an outdoor adventure in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Colorado while you make yourself right at home at one of Vacasa's comfortable and well-appointed Summit County condo rentals.
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