August 15, 2016
The best part about vacation is all the shopping you can do and experiences you'll get. Then there's all the souvenirs you can buy to remind yourself of the amazing time you had. Luckily, the Silverthorne Outlets as well as a variety of retail shopping opportunities will aide you in buying souvenirs as well as making your experience one to remember.
Why not enjoy the day by surrounding yourself with relaxation? A New Concept Salon & Boutique is a great place for skin care products including name brands such as Paul Mitchell. The salon is open from 10am to 4pm but is closed on Wednesdays and Sundays. The best part is walk-ins are welcome as well as appointments. If you're looking for more, Corpus Sanus Spa has an assortment of options such as waxing, body treatment, gifts and don't forget to check on their special deals.
For all the florists out there, Silverthorne has an arrangement of stores where one can pick up beautiful Colorado flowers. Alpine Earth Center is located right on the Blue River and has been around since 1996. Not only does it hold flowers, but there's yoga, bodyworks and a BBQ spot. If you need a bigger spot to shop for the maintenance of your garden, check out Lowe's right in the heart of Silverthorne. Here you can not only buy some outdoor friends but you can purchase the things they'll need to thrive. While you're here, be sure to visit Neils Lunceford where they are experts in landscaping, maintenance and building your garden sanctuary.
Feel like going out for a bike ride but forgot your bike? Hop on in to Blue Valley Ski & Bike Rental, the oldest rental shop in Silverthorne. They'll even take you up to Vail Pass and bring you down. There's also Pioneer Sports where you can rent your bike online if you're good at planning ahead. Need to rent equipment for the winter months? Not only does both Blue Valley and Pioneer Sports have you covered, but just like anything good, these shops come in three. Virgin Islands Ski Rental allows you to rent skis or snowboards to shred the mountains. Mountain Sports Outlet is the place to shop when renting turns into buying. There's an amazing selection and you'll find everything you'd ever need to enjoy the outdoors.
Sometimes a day of fishing is all you need to make it a good day. Luckily, Silverthorne has the Colorado Angler and Cutthroat Anglers to satisfy your fishing needs. Both are fly fishing outfitters as well as Pro shops that can gear you up for your day of fishing in the sun. If fishing isn't your style, you can always waste the day away with a few rounds of golf at The Raven at Three Peaks Golf Club.
Not only are there so many things to do in Silverthorne, there are so many places to shop. Shop locally at Greers Appliance Center for your home appliances. There's also Sander's True Value Hardware which can help your home to-do-lists and projects. The ReStore shop that works with Habitat for Humanity is a great store to not only take but to give back. Let Murdochs take care of you and your lawn this summer. With free shipping, who can say no? Any of these businesses would be a great choice to make your home feel like home.
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The best part about shopping is all the new things you can show off to people, this most definitely includes clothes. From the bigger outlet stores such as Sears and Target to the lesser known ones such as Tuesday Morning, you're sure to look your best. As the day is winding down, and your arms are filled with bags, take a moment to stop by Climax Jerky for refueling. What goes best with jerky? Pop into Peak Provisions or the Silverthorne Discount Liquors and let us know.
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