Comfort Suites Summit County
276 Dillon Ridge Road
Dillon, CO 80435
Phone: (970) 513-0300
Fax: (970) 513-0330
Though the town of Frisco is not as large as the nearby Breckenridge city, it is certainly worth exploring. This quaint town with variety of fun & entertainment options takes its visitors by surprise. Being the base camp of the Colorado Mountains it offers different activities to its guests including camping, hiking, fishing and other adventure sports. For those who don't want to indulge in outdoor sports can browse through shopping areas like the town's Main Street or sample the local cuisine at the friendly dining establishments. Like the other towns and villages, Frisco has its share of festivities and events like BeetleFest, Wassail Days and Colorado BBQ Challenge. To know more about this interesting town, check its website.
Summit Taxi connects Breckenridge with the rest of Summit County and is a great option if the shuttle service is unavailable or you are traveling in a group. This is a service provided by the Summit County and hence is very reliable and affordable.
A picturesque place and a ski resort offering multiple difficulty slopes during winter. Lined by charming housed and log cabins make for wonderful winters. A charming town offering some of the best accommodations and facilities for a vacation. Explore the town for its well managed skating areas and golf courses during the summers. Checkout for the ice sculpture competitions and the annual film festival.
Breckenridge Shuttle Service provides ground transportation from the Denver International Airport to Breckenridge, Colorado. Guests are provided the option of shared ride shuttles, exclusive charter shuttles, or a private car service. All reservations include door-to-door service to or from the Denver Airport. Reservations may be booked one-way or round-trip. Make sure to check website for more details and shuttle rates.
453 Taxi is small taxi company in Breckenridge but very satisfactory for a small town. Services include drop and pick ups to the airports and all nearby resorts and hotels. 453 also has limousine services.
As the name suggests, Vail Colorado Softball Fields is dedicated to the wonderful sport of softball, although other sporting events, recreational activities and grand events take place occasionally. Head to the fields during the day or in the evening, with the guys to watch or play the very interesting game of softball or even participate in the events and festivities organized.
One of the 10 districts of the ski town of Vail, Vail Village is the melting pot for all art and cultural activities. The Colorado Ski Museum is set here and draws in scores of tourists especially during summer. Core Creek Drive and the bustling Bridge Street are 2 main streets which host local and national festivals all year around, including the much awaited Oktoberfest. Vail Village is much like a mini art village with street musicians, all night long street parties, food stands and cultural activities taking place at some point of time or the other.
Looking forward to a perfect winter vacation? With its scenic ski-resorts and additional winter sports facilities, Vail is the place to be. Incorporated in 1996, this town has the single largest ski mountain across North America. Call ahead or log on to the website for further details on tourist attractions, local transport and other services.
The Vail Valley Medical Center Foundation, is located in Vail Valley Medical Center 8150 feet above sea level. It is a non-profit organization established to provide support to the hospital. It was founded in 1967 and has 54 licensed beds and is a Level III Trauma facility. It is home to the Steadman-Hawkins Clinic and Vail-Summit Orthopedic and Sports Medicine and the Howard Head Sports Medicine Centers. With the most advanced technology being used they provide support in cancer care, women related services and more.
Lionshead is a picturesque district located in Vail. It serves as the base for the Vail Ski Resort, which is one of the largest ski mountains in the country. Lined with charming hotels and guest houses, and dining and shopping alternatives, it is home to the Dobson Ice Arena and Vail Library. This place offers myriad outdoor activities and hosts cultural events throughout the year.
Vail is not a car-friendly city, and the majority of transportation around the area is found on the many ski lifts. Lionshead is home to the Valley's only gondola, which provides a very comfortable ride up Vail Mountain. The ride begins in the heart of Lionhead's pedestrian neighborhood and takes you to some of the best ski runs, as well as the Gore Range Nature Discovery Center. You can hop back on at the top and ride back down, which is a great choice for those in search of a great view of the Valley. Admission is free for children, as well as Thursday-Saturday from 4p-9p.
In this fast paced life, a leisure train ride is kind of unthinkable and maybe uninteresting to all those who are used to cars, planes and super rails. The Georgetown Loop Railroad offers memorable rides in antique steam engines through the Rocky Mountains. Pass through the remnants of old gold and silver mines and the winding mountain pathway in enclosed or open cars. The slow chugging of these steam locomotives have a different charm altogether where you can soak in the views at a gentler pace.