Our Service Areas

We provide vacation home services in these Summit County Colorado towns below:

Breckenridge

breckEstablished in 1859, the Town of Breckenridge is located 9,603 feet above sea level on the western slope of the continental divide. Although the Town is home to approximately 3,500 permanent residents, the population peaks on busy days, exceeding 36,000 with second homeowners and visitors. Breckenridge offers world class recreational opportunities throughout the year, from snow skiing, snowshoeing, and ice skating, to hiking, biking and golf.

Copper Mountain

copperA self-contained ski resort, Copper Mountain resembles a small village. Its transformed base houses unique restaurants, a cozy shopping plaza and new condominiums in which residents and visitors rest after a day on the slopes. During the summer, Copper ski lifts access boundless hiking and mountain biking trails. The local golf course provides another warm-weather diversion, as does whitewater rafting, tennis and nearby fishing.

Frisco

friscoFrisco is a popular town, located in close proximity to Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin ski resorts. The Frisco Marina, located on Lake Dillon offers boat-launch ramps, kayaking, canoeing, and paddle boarding. Frisco continues with a small-town atmosphere, home to about 2,700 year-round residents.

Dillon

dillon logoThanks in part to its pristine reservoir, Lake Dillon, this town has activities galore in the summer. With 26 miles of shoreline surrounded by a breathtaking mountainous backdrop, the reservoir is perfect for boating, sailing, walking and picnicking. The Dillon Marina offers a sailing school and charter cruises. With stocked salmon, cutthroat, and brook trout, the fishing is great in Lake Dillon.

Keystone

keystoneKeystone is the home of Keystone Resort, a base level elevation of 9,280 feet. The resort has many summer and winter outdoor activities. Summer activities include hiking, mountain biking, fishing, trail running, golf on two championship courses, and paddle boating on Keystone Lake. Winter activities include alpine skiing, snowboarding, tubing, ice-skating, cross-country skiing, horse-drawn sleigh ride dinners, and snowmobiling.

Silverthorne

silverthorneSilverthorne is located 8,730 feet above sea level. The town is situated between the Gore Range to the west and the Continental Divide to the east. The two most visible mountains are Buffalo and Red Mountains. Also surrounding the valley are Ptarmigan, Tenderfoot, and Ten Mile Peaks. Once the snow melts, Silverthorne’s Blue River becomes a big draw for anglers. Fly-fishing is the preferred method, but lure fishing is also effective along the banks.

Lower Blue River

lower blueThe Lower Blue River residential areas are located north Silverthorne to Green Mountain Reservoir. Arapaho National Forest is located on the east bank, and White River National Forest is along the west bank. Ranchland and private land ownership line the banks after departing the forest area. The Lower Blue River begins at the Dillon Lake dam and flows to the Colorado River. The scenery is just awesome, and is reason enough to paddle this stream. The water is very cold and the air is cool to cold depending upon season and time of day, so be prepared for whatever Mother Nature has to offer.

Hoosier Pass

USFS logoHoosier Pass elevation 11,542 feet is a high mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains. The pass is located on the Continental Divide at the northern end of the Mosquito Range, positioned on the boundary between Park and Summit counties.

Blue River

blue riverThe Town of Blue River is located south of Breckenridge. More rural than Breckenridge, Blue River has a population of approximately 868 residents. The Blue River forms in Summit County near the town of Blue River, then flows north through Breckenridge to its confluence with the Colorado River in Grand County. From its headwaters the river flows to Dillon where a dam forms Dillon Reservoir. From the dam it flows under I-70, through Silverthorne and into Green Mountain Reservoir which is created by a dam at the small community of Green Mountain Camp. Flowing out of Green Mountain Reservoir the Blue River runs parallel to SH 9 all the way to the Colorado River just south of Kremmling.

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