Silverthorne Colorado

Silverthorne, Colorado is the hub of Summit County where art meets adventure. Delivering endless outdoor fun and adventures, an amazing arts and culture scene, and the full spectrum of dining and shopping. From the mountains to the rivers Silverthorne has everything your family or business requires. Silverthorne sits in the middle of 5 world class ski resorts. With spectacular peaks topping over 14,000 feet, renowned rafting, and unbeatable fishing spots, and hundreds of miles of wilderness, Silverthorne is a very sought after mountain town, and Cornerstone is pleased to offer Silverthorne real estate for sale, including condos and golf course homes.

The Silverthorne real estate market is strong and robust. Silverthorne is home to approximately 4,000 residents. Conveniently located right off 170, Silverthorne has evolved into a robust town with many real estate opportunities for families and entrepreneurs alike.

Winter Activities

While it might not seem like a central location when you look at the map, Silverthorne is actually a perfect launching spot for getting to any of the Summit County and surrounding ski resorts. When you can reach your choice of Loveland, A-Basin, Keystone, Copper Breckenridge or Vail in 35 minutes or less, you can easily wake up and decide where to go for the day based on snow and road conditions.  If you prefer not to ride the lifts, you can Nordic ski or show shoe for free at the Nordic center, ice skate on the North Pond, go shopping at the Outlets or enjoy one of the numerous spas. 

  • Activities
  • Eat and Drink
  • Get Your Gear
  • Ice Skate on the North Pond
  • Attend a performance at the Silverthorne Performing Arts Center
  • Ride the water slide at the Rec Center
  • Ski for free at the Nordic center
  • Blue Moon Bakery
  • Sauce on the Blue
  • Sunshine Café
  • Angry James Brewery
  • Mountain Sports Outlet
  • Virgin Islands Ski Rental

Summer Activities

If you love to be outside you’ll love Silverthorne in the summer.  The choices for hiking are endless, with so many trails available in the Eagles Nest Wilderness and the Williams Fork range. You’ve got both the lower Blue River and the upper Colorado, so if white water kayaking, SUPing or rafting is your thing you’ve got some great choices. Green Mountain Reservoir is only 17 miles to the north, which is the only large lake in the area that allows swimming, so it is a perfect spot for wake boarding, tubing, and water skiing in addition to boating and SUPing. The paved bike path leads along the river and up to the Summit County network of paths, allowing you to road bike all the way to Keystone, Breck, Copper or Vail with no cars to worry about.  Rainbow Park is an awesome spot to picnic and play with a skate park, tennis courts and sand volleyball courts.  The Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks offers a stunningly beautiful and challenging mountain course that Golf Magazine says is one of the top 10 courses you can play in the US.

  • Activities
  • Eat and Drink
  • Shopping
  • Hike the Eagles Nest Wilderness
  • Float the Upper Colorado River on a raft
  • SUP on the North Pond
  • Grill your own steak at the Mint
  • Red Buffalo Coffee & Tea
  • Carniceria la Perla Mexican Restaurant
  • Bakers Brewery
  • Mountain Lyon Cafe
  • Silverthorne Outlets
  • High Country ARTisans
  • Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply

Find Your Mountain Home