6 ways to live it up in Silverthorne, Colorado, this summer
Spend the morning standup paddleboarding or fly-fishing on a gold medal river, followed by a mid-afternoon patio lunch and an evening outdoor concert — that’s just one of many possible itineraries for a summertime day in Silverthorne.“We refer to Silverthorne as the year-round heart of Summit County because this is where so many locals choose to live and play all year long,” says Blair McGary, marketing manager for the town of Silverthorne. “So many came for the winter, but stay for the summers.”This summer is particularly exciting because of the opening of the Silverthorne Performing Arts Center, she says, which will offer an “unprecedented lineup of summer concerts and events” for Silverthorne. Here are six ways you can elevate your summer adventure in Silverthorne.
Blue River Trail
North Pond Park
Essential dining experiences
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