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Gore Range Sports ski tuning

Gore Range Sports is Silverthorne’s Newest Gear Shop & Service Center

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. For those looking to venture into the outdoors but are unsure about spending big bucks on all the necessary gear, there’s a new solution in Silverthorne: Gore Range Sports.  With interest in outdoor recreation and winter sports at an all time high, this full service tuning and rental shop will provide quality equipment and—more importantly—expertise to those looking to venture further afield. Gore Range Sports is a year round ski and bike tuning shop with a comprehensive ski department specializing in tuning and renting glide sports gear. …

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Fritangas restaurant in Silverthorne

Silverthorne 5 Star Certified Restaurants

With Summit County’s latest public health order extending Level Red restrictions through January 19, the Town of Silverthorne has worked with Summit County Public Health and Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to implement the 5 Star certified business variance program in our community. The 5 Star program requires businesses to implement safety measures beyond what is required by public health orders and guidelines to slow the spread of COVID-19. By adding additional safety measures, these certified businesses are able to expand operations.  In Summit County, the state has approved the 5 Star program for restaurants, which …

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snowshoeing in silverthorne

Silverthorne: Your Off-Piste Option for Winter Adventure

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. Winter Fun Off The Slopes Although five of Colorado’s best ski resorts are a stone’s throw away from Silverthorne, the truth is there are many winter activities that take place beyond the slopes. In addition to the great skiing and snowboarding at nearby Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, Loveland Ski Area, Keystone Resort, Copper Mountain and Breckenridge Ski Resort; Silverthorne offers plenty of outdoor adventures for the whole family. Consider Silverthorne your winter basecamp for “off-piste” adventures, a trove of options ideal for this moment in time. Family-Friendly …

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Burrito at Red Buffalo Cafe

12 Days of Dining in Silverthorne

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. The Town of Silverthorne is supporting local businesses during the latest pandemic restrictions with creative promotions and activations to assist restaurants impacted by indoor dining closures. The Town created the 12 Days of Dining program, which features a different restaurant each day between Dec. 9 and Dec. 20., and is also launching a Band in a Bubble Concert series to activate outdoor dining areas and create interest when customers pick up to-go orders. During 12 Days of Dining, the Town of Silverthorne will subsidize 20% of a …

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Summit County Rescue Group

Safety considerations for backcountry recreation

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. Heading outside has been a refuge for many during the pandemic and, certainly, before it. The stunning, expansive backcountry in and around Silverthorne has seen heavy use since the onset of COVID-19, and with expectations for a surge in winter backcountry recreation, experts are emphasizing the critical importance of safety this winter. “We are asking the public to please take extreme caution when looking into this kind of recreation,” says Sage Miller, local ski patroller, EMT and volunteer with Summit County Rescue Group. “Particularly if you are …

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Silverthorne’s Got Heart: Angels Among Us

PARA ESPAÑOL, HAGA CLIC AQUÍ. For children, the holidays mean a break from school, time with family, and of course, presents.  Yet hundreds of low-income families in Summit County have a hard time putting presents under the tree. That’s where Adopt an Angel comes in. Adopt an Angel solicits donations of new toys, clothes, and other goodies that volunteers then sort and distribute to qualified families around Summit County. Started about twenty years ago by Silverthorne Chief of Police John Minor and his department, the program served about 400 children last year, …

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COVID-19 Dial Level Red

Summit County Moves to Level Red

Summit County has been moved to Level Red: Severe Risk on the Colorado COVID-19 Dial Framework by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). The Level Red restrictions go into effect at 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 20, with indoor dining restrictions beginning at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 22. Level Red restrictions include: Personal gatherings: No gatherings among multiple households. High-risk populations: Very strongly advised to stay at home. Restaurants: Indoor dining closed. Take-out, curbside, delivery, and to-go service permitted; outdoor/open air allowed only with single-household groups. …

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