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PAVED RECPATH FRISCO TO DILLON & KEYSTONE Distance: Rating: Easy Time: 1.5 hours Elevation: 9,025 – 9,250 ft. Type: Out & back ride, utilizing paved trails and roads Season: April to November



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Following along both paved trails and roads, the section of the ride between Frisco and Dillon makes a pleasant, moderate ride on its own. This route provides great views of Dillon Reservoir, along with a scenic ride along the Snake River to Keystone Resort.

PARKING: In Frisco parking is available at the marina within public lots adjacent to Main Street. The main Keystone parking lot is along the north side of Hwy 6 across the Hwy from the Keystone Lodge. In Dillon, parking is available at the marina, and along Hwy 9 at the intersection with Tenderfoot Street. (Tenderfoot Trailhead), the Dillon Nature Preserve Trail Head and


KNOW BEFORE YOU GO: This route passes through a portion of the Keystone golf course. Please stay on the path and respect areas posted as restricted to bikes. Check out the new paved community

pathway between the River Run Golf Course entrance and Summit Cove to access new singletrack trails at the golf course.

the Snake River Inlet Parking north of Swan Mountain Road.

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DESCRIPTION: The first part of this ride utilizes the description outlined for the Around-The-Lake Loop up to Swan Mountain Road. From there, the path crosses the intersection of Swan Mountain Road at the light and continues north adjacent to Hwy 6 along the Snake River as you enter Keystone. Stay on the trail in sections that pass adjacent to private sites above the river. Once you cross beneath County Road 8 (West Keystone Road), bear right, climb a slight hill and continue until the pathway ends in the Mountain House parking lot. From there, the route alternates between paved pathway and roads. For more information, pick up a copy of Keystone’s Trail Map at the Mountain Bike Headquarters in River Run or call (970) 496-3610.

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