Mountain Living in Summit County

Summit County's reputation for perfectly groomed cruisers and knee-deep fresh powder bring people here for ski vacations, but the summers convince them to call our mountain community home full time, year-round.

Breckenridge, surrounding Summit County, and the Colorado high country are known for the best snow in the nation with an average of 300 inches of snowfall each year. Couple that with mild, cool summers and abundant outdoor activities, and not many places can compare. If you are looking for the perfect spot to start your mountain living adventure, look no further than Summit's best historic ski town, Breckenridge, central Frisco, Keystone, or the convenient Copper Mountain Resort.

The spectacular picturesque views, amazing activities, wonderful amenities, friendly atmosphere and, of course, world-class snow make Summit County the perfect place to call home. Let us be your connection and resource for mountain living in the high country.

The Summit County Lifestyle

Beyond the slopes, there are many activities to keep every person, every family and every generation happy and ready for more. Sail along on Lake Dillon while the sun is setting and admire the alpenglow of the surrounding peaks. Bike or hike through the forest, take a scenic gondola ride with the family or head to one of the area's signature events, from classical music under the stars in the summer to the premier snowboarding events in the winter. The splendor of our natural resources — accessible, shared and protected — is waiting. Start carving your path to the mountain lifestyle by checking out the current real estate listings.

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Beautiful Breckenridge

 Golfing in Summit County - Keystone pictured