Darryl Nolz

With four distinct, world-renown ski resorts within a 20-minute drive of each other, Summit County offers some of the most diverse terrain and best winter amenities available in the world.

Just a 30 minute drive to the West over Vail pass you'll enter into the world famous Vail Valley with the resorts of Vail and Beaver Creek.

From the untracked steeps of the legendary Arapahoe Basin, to night skiing at Keystone, to Copper's naturally divided terrain, Breckenridge's four unique peaks, and the vast expansive terrain of Vail and Beaver Creek, the region has something to offer every winter sports enthusiast.

And just in case you want to try it all in one trip, the free local transit systems provides easy access to and from nearly all of the resorts. So whether you're an expert skier/snowboarder (each resort has a specialized -terrain park), a never-ever learn-to-ski beginner, an extreme skier (A-Basin's Palivacinni is a must), or your favorite part of the sport is après-ski (you’re not alone), you'll find exactly what you're looking for right here in Summit County.

The slopes are not the only places you can enjoy yourself in Summit County. Some other winter activities we have are: snowshoeing, dog sledding, ice skating, ice climbing, cross-country skiing, sleigh riding, snowmobiling, hunting, fishing, horseback riding, gold mine tours, and more.

Summit County isn’t called Colorado's Playground for nothing!

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