Summit’s leisurely living scene |

Summit’s leisurely living scene

Olivia O'Neil snapped this picture of Taylor Seaton moments before his crash in the Dew Tour Men's Freeski Superpipe Finals.
Olivia O’Neil |

Kicking back means something different to everyone in Summit. Whether traveling the world, watching a wipeout in Breckenridge or enjoying holiday festivities, there is always something to do in your downtime.

A couple of the groups celebrating right now are Summit County Preschool, in Frisco, which is enjoying its 40th anniversary this year, and Summit Hot Yoga, which is conducting its annual food drive through Christmas to benefit the FIRC food bank. Donations for the food drive can be dropped off at Summit Hot Yoga, located at Sixth Avenue and Granite Street in Frisco, before or after any scheduled classes; visit for additional information.

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