Okay, so maybe it's not officially winter, but here in Summit County the first snow comes in September, and by this time of year we hope for a good base at the ski resorts and expect the snow plows to be hard at work most days.
It took a while this year, but the snow has certainly arrived, and we've already had several powder days. As I look out the windows of the shop, the snow is falling steadily, people walk by with their snowboards on their way to catch the bus, and the occasional plow makes its way down the street.
Hard as it is to believe, this upcoming weekend is the last one before Christmas, and it will likely be a busy and festive weekend here in Frisco. There is just something about spending even one day of the holiday season here in the Rocky Mountains. You can get out and play in the snow, grab a bite to eat at a warm, cozy cafe, and stroll up and down Main Street with its lights and garland.
If you're not a skier, there are still plenty of ways to get out and enjoy the snow. Rent snow shoes or a fat tire bike and take to the trails. At the Frisco Adventure Park you can hit the tubing hill (it's really fun!), nordic ski or take a sleigh ride. Find a sledding hill, build a snowman, or just take a walk in the wintery wonderland.
Whatever you like to do in and around Frisco in the wintertime, it's here waiting for you. We hope to see you soon!