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Sleigh on

n the heart of Colorado’s Summit County lies the Town of Frisco—affectionately known as The begins with a quiet sleigh ride amidst snow-capped mountains and the starry (or sometimes still sunny) evening skies of the Frisco Penninsula. Available mid-November through mid-April, a driver will lead you through the wintery woods to a remote, forested location where guests can enjoy hot cocoa and peppermint schnapps. “In addition to the Two Below Zero Sleigh Rides, Frisco also boasts its own Nordic Ski Center, beginner ski and ride hill and lift assisted tubing hill; as well as multiple trailheads leading to backcountry—all just steps from Main Street,” says Vanessa Agee, communications director for the Town of Frisco. Don’t forget to reserve early.

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