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About Silverthorne, CO

The town of Silverthorne, Colorado, sits in Summit County, nestled under Ptarmigan Peak with Buffalo Mountain, Mount Silverthorne, and Red Mountain all situated around this community. It’s home to about 3,900 people today, but long ago, it was an important mining town, though little gold was found in this area. It also served as a camp for those who built Dillion Dam.

While its history is interesting, what makes Silverthorne so special is its alpine scenery. It is an incredible place to hike, especially to get the vast mountain ranges around it in view. The area is also known for the ski resorts nearby, which create the perfect outdoor playground for anyone visiting Colorado. Silverthorne is also a place to come when you want to enjoy elegant accommodations, exceptional cuisine, and some of the best shopping in the region.

Located just off I-70, Silverthorne is easy to get to from the surrounding area. Many come to spend the weekend skiing or to take an excursion into the mountains during the warmer months. It’s the ideal basecamp for those who plan to explore the high country. During the warmer months, when the snow begins to melt, many come to the area to check out the Blue River. It’s the perfect place to find trout and to do some fly fishing.

The Fourth Street Crossing area is a fun, walkable area in the downtown area of the city. It’s the ideal place to visit as you first arrive in town to get to know the area. This is a newer area, with a few historical sites and a few great restaurants, bars, and shops to explore as well. Though many people drive through Silverthorne as they are working their way to Colorado’s ski resorts and other attractions, there are plenty of reasons to sit and relax here for a bit (or just get out and enjoy all the area has to offer).

Things to Do in Silverthorne

For those that love the outdoors, Silverthorne is the ideal playground, offering something to do and explore at every time of the year. Aside from the mountains and ski resorts, there are still a number of other things to explore.

Raven Golf Course at Three Peaks is an excellent choice for those who want to try out some impressive layouts and views. The Blue River Trail is within this area, too, which provides a way to hike and bike through the Summit County Recreational Pathway System. That can help you get to Keystone, Dillon, and Frisco. Engage in some Blue River rafting for a fun whitewater rafting experience throughout the season.

Be sure to visit the Outlets at Silverthorne if you are looking for a way to do some shopping. There are over 70 stores here to explore. You can also catch a performance by the Lake Dillion Theatre Company that performs at the Silverthorne Performing Arts Center.

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Silverthorne Restaurants

You’ll find lots of food options throughout Silverthorne. That includes Timberline Craft Kitchen & Cocktails, which offers new American cuisine. It’s located in the Outlets at Silverthorne and offers a laidback feel to it. The menu is full of handmade foods that are locally sourced. The cocktails are unique and offer fresh, exceptional flavor blends.

Sauce on the Blue is a great option for those looking for an Italian eatery. There is plenty of variety in the pizza and pasta dishes here and a full bar to enjoy, too. You may want to check out the outdoor patio on a cool summer night.

The Argentos Empanadas & More eatery is an exceptional option for unique food choices and excellent cocktails. It’s also a notable location for fresh coffee. The menu is small, but it is packed with fresh foods and scratchmade items that are simply fantastic to enjoy. They will warm you even on the coldest of nights here.

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