Winter Park is Colorado’s “Favorite Playground” due to the year-round activities it provides while being ideally located in Grand County which is just 65 miles west of Denver. Winter Park’s easy accessibility to a variety of outdoor activities includes hiking on miles of scenic trails, gold-medal fishing the Fraser River, horseback riding in aspen and evergreen forests, and mountain biking hundreds of miles of singletrack in the summertime. Known as “Mountain Bike Capital, USA”, Winter Park offers a variety of trails to discover from easy, mellow rides to adrenaline-fed singletrack adventures. Winter Park’s premier full-service Trestle bike features over 40 miles of trails to experience and is host to the Colorado Freeride Festival, the largest in the United States. In Winter Park’s family-friendly downtown, there are numerous shops and restaurants to experience. Live music and events can also be enjoyed downtown at the Rendezvous Event Center on the weekends. Home to Winter Park Resort, wintertime provides endless adventures including the Coca-Cola Tube Park, scenic snowcat and snowshoe tours, ice skating, fat biking, snowmobiling, and of course, skiing and snowboarding on over 3,000 acres of award-winning terrain including groomers, terrain parks, bumps, steeps, and trees. The Winter Park Express Train provides passengers with a one-of-a-kind, scenic journey from Denver’s Union Station to Winter Park throughout the winter season. With the Arapaho National Forest and several wilderness areas surrounding Winter Park, providing year-round activities, one can easily see how this Rocky Mountain town is Colorado’s “Favorite Playground”. The LIV Sotheby’s International Realty Winter Park office is located on the right-hand side of Highway 40 in a bungalow home, just as you enter the mountain town from Berthoud Pass. Contact one of our broker professionals today to learn more about real estate opportunities in Winter Park.