Live your fullest life in the Rocky Mountains. Then after a full day of activities, sip back and relax at the Après House, the owners-only clubhouse. Or take a stroll and soak in the splendor of the rippling river along the Shore Front recreation path or revel in the ever changing colors of the majestic mountain views.
Nearby activities include:
Take a short walk down the Blue River Rec Path to the the Dillon Ranger District headquarters to learn about Summit County’s 450 miles of trails, two wilderness areas, and 62 peaks over 13,000 feet in elevation.
The Ptarmigan Trail that starts a few miles north of Après Shore is a local’s favorite.
Summit County is a cyclist’s dream. The rec path behind Après Shores connects to a series of trails for backcountry, road and mountain bikes. The trail around Lake Dillon and the ride down from Vail Pass are “can’t miss” activities for residents and visitors.
Restaurants, Shopping & Entertainment
There’s never been a more exciting time to live in the heart of Silverthorne. More and more restaurants, shopping and entertainment options are opening up every season in addition to established favorites.
The Lake Dillon Theatre Company, new 4th Street Crossing, Outlets at Silverthorne, and recently renovated Lake Dillon Amphitheater are just few establishments that residents are buzzing about in Silverthorne.