Silverthorne, CO, USA

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Silverthorne, CO, USA

Silverthorne vacation rentals

Explore the Rockies with a trip to Silverthorne

At an elevation of over 9,000 feet, Silverthorne is situated in a stunning landscape and offers visitors the chance to indulge in wide variety of exciting outdoor activities. Whether it’s hitting the slopes at one of the nearby ski resorts, crashing through Gore Canyon’s rapids, or simply enjoying a relaxing stroll around the lake, Silverthorne has it all. When you’re not exploring the great outdoors, head from the Silverthorne vacation rentals into town and rub shoulders with the locals. Take a dip in one of four pools at the Rec Center, or visit Outlets at Silverthorne for some retail therapy.

Hit the slopes during your trip to Silverthorne

Take advantage of Silverthorne vacation rentals’ superb location with a trip to one of the nearby ski resorts: Copper Mountain has over 140 trails across 2,490 skiable acres and is open November through April. Once the snow has thawed, a whole host of new activities open up for visitors. Take in the most breathtaking scenery with a walk or bike ride down the 3.5-mile-long Blue River Trail. Alternatively, ride down the river itself by booking a thrilling white water rafting tour for you and your family—it’s guaranteed to get the adrenaline pumping!

Fascinating history awaits in Silverthorne

In less than a 10-minute drive from Silverthorne vacation rentals, you can reach Frisco Historic Park and Museum. Comprising several historic buildings, each one houses interesting artifacts that tell the story of the area throughout the years, starting with the early Ute settlements through to the modern day. Catching a show at the Lake Dillon Theatre is a fun, family-friendly way to spend the evening. The theater is modern and intimate, and they have a range of different shows to suit every taste, showcasing everything from comedy to musicals.

Silverthorne—spectacular in any season

As you’d expect from a town with a multitude of ski resorts close by, the winters in Silverthorne are cold, with average January lows of 5 F and an annual average snowfall of 131 inches. Pack plenty of warm clothes and you’ll be set to enjoy not only skiing but snowmobiling, ice fishing, and many other winter activities. Summers are mild and pleasant, with temperatures averaging around 70-75 F. Spring can be chilly, so try fall if you wish to avoid the busiest times of year and reward yourself with breathtaking views of the fall foliage.

Revel in the views of the Rockies in Silverthorne

Silverthorne is positioned between the Continental Divide and the Gore Range, which is part of the magnificent Rocky Mountains. Turn in any direction and you’ll glimpse wonderful views across the mountainous landscape, with snow-capped peaks, forests of aspen, valleys, and rivers all vying for your attention. The nearby Blue River meanders through the valley and provides plenty to do, from fishing to rafting. Dillon Reservoir is right next to the town and is ideal for a leisurely stroll or for wildlife viewing so make sure to look out for the bald eagles!