When you’d like to venture off of Frisco’s Main Street for dinner, here’s a place and event you won’t forget. Two Below Zero offers a dinner sleigh ride that is a whole lot of old-fashioned, cowboy-themed fun. The dinner includes a three-course meal and live musical entertainment. Make your reservations early and meet on the Frisco Peninsula to start this authentic Colorado experience among the mountain majesty. You’ll take a quiet, 20-minute ride aboard the mule-driven sleigh to the backcountry camp where you’ll stay warm in a lantern-lit and heated tent. For an alternative to the dinner ride, take a one-hour hot-cocoa ride. The sleigh is operated in the winter months only when there is enough snow on the trails. In the summer, Two Below Zero offers a mule-drawn wagon ride out to a campsite where the menu is a BBQ feast that includes brisket and chicken followed by a Wild West show for the after-dinner entertainment. You can also practice your cowboy skills in the game corral with cornhole toss, horseshoes and ropin’. These winter or summer experiences appeal to all ages, and, without a doubt, you’ll take home great memories.
Important Notice Pertaining to COVID-19
Hotels are permitted to reopen in Summit County beginning June 1st. Short-term rentals remain prohibited under the Colorado public health order. Restaurants can reopen at 50% capacity.
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