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Silverthorne See Map 13 • Population: 3,196 • Elevation: 8,790 • Area Code: 970 • Summit Co., CO 80498

Points of Interest: Prime Oudets - Silverthorne shopping mall, Copper Mountain Ski Resort, Breckenndge Ski Resort, Keystone Ski Resort, Dillon Reservoir, A-Basin Ski Resort

Annual Events:

Mountain Community Fair Early July (970) 262-2261

Trick or Treat Street October (970) 262-7396

Holiday Bazaar December

Chamber of Commerce                                                                     247 Summit PL (800) 530-3099 (970) 2620817

Hospital St. Anthony Summit Medical Center               Hwy. 9 at School Rd., Frisco (970) 668-3300

Public Transit Summit Stage Bus                                      222 CR 1003, Frisco (970) 668-0999

Post Office                                                                                               390 N. Brian Ave. (800) 275-8777

Library Summit County Library North Branch             651 Center Cir. (970) 468-5887

Recreation Center Silverthorne Recreation Center                      430 Rainbow Dr. (970) 262-7370

Golf Course The Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks             2929 Golden Eagle Rd. (970) 262-3636

Police Department                                                                                      601 Center Cir. (970) 262-7320

Fire Department                                                                                            401 Blue River Pkwy. (970) 513-4100

In 1881, Judge Marshal Silverthorn staked his gold mining claim, the Silverthorn Placer, along the Blue River on 160 acres of land he purchased from the U.S. government. This is the site of present-day Silverthorne. The judge must have spent a good deal of time outside the courthouse because he developed a more efficient way to extract gold from the river and eventually obtained a patent for the process. The "e" at the end of the name of Silverthorne was added in the 1930s because, according to the town Web site, it was considered "fashionable and chic." Silverthorne wasn't incorporated until 1967. Located just off 1-70, the town attracts both the indoor and outdoor enthusiast. While flyfishermen enjoy casting for trout in the gold medal waters of the Blue River, bargain-hunters can shop in one of the area's many factory outiet malls.