A Zip Line Adventure are a great way to see the Colorado High Country
Summit County has an extensive paved Recreational Pathway System
With elevations ranging from 8,777 feet to 10,563 feet, there is a wide range of difficulty levels, with routes suited to a variety of interests and abilities. Riders can choose from a leisurely bike ride along the Dillon Reservoir to a 1500-foot climb over 13 miles from the Town of Frisco to the top of Vail Pass.
Ride out to the French Creek area and literally feel the old mining history nestled in the woods, take a steep climb out to Boreas Pass where the old railroad went over to Como to gather supplies or enjoy the recpath to explore Keystone or Frisco. All easily accessible on an Electric Fat Bike.