ABOUT FRISCO, COLORADO USA
the Denver airport, The Town of Frisco and Copper Mountain Resort
are located 6 miles from
each other and are about 75 miles west of Denver on Interstate 70.
Driving time is about an hour and a half assuming normal weather.
time during Denver's rush hour or before and after ski times on weekends.
Tucked into the base of the Ten Mile Range, the small historic mountain
town of Frisco (said to derive from San Francisco) was established
as a gold
and silver mining camp in 1873. On the edge of Lake Dillon, Frisco
is surrounded by the shores of Lake Dillon, High Mountains, and
the Arapahoe National Forest. Frisco is very close
to Copper Mountain Resort. Three other ski areas are close by in
(A Basin, Keystone and Breckenridge) and three others are less
hour drive (Vail, Beaver Creek and Loveland). The Town
of Frisco offices are located on One Main Street.
Look for the
bell atop Frisco's Schoolhouse Museum.
Historic Park located on an old fashioned small town Main Street
contains 12 historic buildings with artifacts from Frisco's early
mining history and Colorado's early ski days.
of Commerce with over 200 members is located in the Old Town Hall
on 400 Main Street. The Chamber is very actively involved in the life
of the Town and co-ordinates a number of special events and programs
including management of the Frisco/Copper Information Center.
Medical Services in Frisco include the St.
Anthony's Summit Medical Center, a complete level 3 hospital including
emergency services and the "Flight for Life" helicopter port.
COPPER MARKETING ASSOCIATION
PO BOX 2743
FRISCO, COLORADO 80443
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