Today’s top five things to do in Summit County |

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Hike MS

Keystone, July 26

7:30 a.m., Keystone Resort, 100 Dercum Squar. Hike and help the 100,000 people in Colorado and Wyoming that are affected by Multiple Sclerosis. With routes varying from two to ten miles, there’s something for the whole family. Participants will enjoy well stocked rest stops and support along the way, and food, fun and entertainment at the finish. The registration fee for this event has increased to $40 until July 25, and will be $50 after that. (970) 496-4000.

Antique & Classic Boat Show

Frisco, July 26

9 a.m., Frisco Marina. 10th Annual in the water show at the public docks. Over 30 antique and classic wooden boats will be available for viewing. A parade past the main dock is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. with public announcement of the boats name, builder and owner. The event is free.

Breckenridge Summer Beer Fest

Breckenridge, July 26

1-6 p.m., Beaver Run Resort, 620 Village Road. (970) 646-6000.

La Maratona Verticale

Copper Mountain, July 26

7 a.m., Copper Mountain Resort, 209 Ten Mile Circle. La Maratona Verticale includes a full Marathon (26.2 Miles- 42k), Half Marathon (13.1 Miles- 21k) and Vertical K (3 miles- 5k). The Vertical Marathon will have over 10,000 feet of elevation gain (for the 42K) and the 13.1 Mile (21K) 5,000 feet. The Vertical K is a 3 mile ascent with approximately 4,000 feet of elevation gain.

Acorn Creek Hike

Heeney, July 26

9 a.m., Acorn Creek Trail Head, 493 Rodeo Drive. The elevation ranges from 8,800 feet at Acorn Creek to 12,254 at Ute Peak. From Silverthorne, travel north on Highway 9 for 11 miles. After the bridge over the Blue River, turn right onto Road #2400 and follow this for 1/2 miles to a fork in the road. Take the right fork onto Road #2402. Follow this 1/2 mile to the trailhead.

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