We're not surprised--we always knew Frisco was super cool.
But now our opinion has been validated by The Matador Network in their list of the 20 coolest towns in the US.
Besides being literally "cool" due to the elevation, Frisco's coolness is multi-faceted. The town made the list for its proximity to endless recreational activities, a walkable main street, live music, locally-owned businesses and great restaurants.
Visitors, second homeowners, and locals peacefully coexist in this impossibly quaint alpine playground complete with a pedestrian-friendly main street.
Frisco makes a great hub for visiting the various ski resorts in Summit County. It's centrally located, and the free Summit Stage bus route goes to Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, Keystone, Silverthorne and Dillon. In the summer and fall, there's the rec path, hiking trails, rivers and Lake Dillon. The town is also home to several festivals, art fairs and special events throughout the year.
Frisco is a coveted spot for visitors, part timers and locals who enjoy having the lake, the shops on Main Street and their favorite restaurants and bars all within walking distance. It's just a great place to be any time of year. If you're looking for outdoor adventure combined with a laid-back atmosphere, Frisco is one of the coolest places around.