Visit Silverthorne Colorado
When you imagine a picturesque Colorado mountain town, you envision a town like Silverthorne. Cradled in the Blue River Valley, this town’s evolution from a worker’s camp to a convenient refueling stop and then into a major retail destination is nothing short of phenomenal.
Come here for the rapids and the fishing holes. You will even find opportunities for biking, hiking, boating, kayaking, big game hunting, and wildlife watching. In the winter, enjoy skiing at five major ski resorts, in-town Nordic trails, skating, and snowshoeing.
If you’re looking for a vibrant cultural hub, then enjoy the renowned Lake Dillon Theatre Company and the Performing Arts Center. There is fun for the whole family at Silverthorne’s Recreation Center, a hub of this close-knit town.
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Silverthorne WeatherSilverthorne Weather Gives Your All Four Seasons in One Day!
With comfortable, sunny summers and frigid winters, it’s best to be prepared for anything. Silverthorne’s average yearly temperatures range from 10 to 72 degrees Fahrenheit. The weather can vary greatly, too, so be prepared to enjoy the sun one minute and a spring snowstorm the next.
It’s essential to have a jacket and hat handy. Keep sunscreen and lip balm available for more than 300 days of sunshine. Don’t forget your sunglasses as additional protection and you go around exploring when you visit Silverthorne, Colorado.
Transportation to Silverthorne
There are many options to get to Silverthorne. Airlines fly into Denver International Airport, and ground transportation options range from ride shares, shuttles, rental cars and buses to take you up the I-70 corridor to the mountains of Summit County, Colorado.