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The Dillon Dam Recpath offers a scenic route along the western shore of the Dillon Reservoir in the White River National Forest, connecting the towns of Frisco and Dillon. If you begin your journey at Marina Park in Dillon, you'll head west on the trail, or you can travel southeast to Keystone on the Snake River Recpath.
At Dillon Dam Road, you'll turn southwest along the roadway and enjoy exceptional views of the lake and Keystone Mountain. Alternatively, pass under Dillon Dam Road on the Silverthorne Recpath to reach downtown Silverthorne and points north. The south end of the Dillon Dam Recpath parallels Summit Boulevard through Frisco before ending at the new Frisco Adventure Park, where you'll see tubers speeding down the hill during the winter months.
Cross State Route 9 at Recreation Way/Peak One Drive in Frisco to pick up the Frisco-Farmers Korner Recpath. On that trail, you can continue your journey southeast to Summit High School and from there, via the Blue River Recpath to Breckenridge. Or take the Frisco-Farmers Korner Recpath west along the south side of town to the Ten Mile Canyon Recpath, a rail-trail with stunning views that heads south to Copper Mountain.
Parking is available in Dillon's Marina Park (along the south side of W. Lodgepole Street) and at the northern end of the trail on Tenderfoot Street. In Frisco, park at Frisco Adventure Park on Recreation Way.
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