Spring Break, Elevated: Top Spots in Summit County

by HCH HEADQUARTERS, March 21, 2016

Hey Spring Breakers! It’s that time of year again. Pop into High Country Healing to refresh your canna-stash on your way up the hill, and check out some of the Top Spots in Summit County – it’s time to get your break on!

Cultivating Spirits

Screen Shot 2016-03-23 at 10.49.06 AMLooking for a one-of-a-kind Colorado experience? Cultivating Spirits offers tours (of High Country Healing) as well as limo tours, cooking classes, and cannabis infused dinner parties. Or in their words, “Nowhere else in the world can you sample world-class, locally harvested, small-batch craft Cannabis along with fine wines, a three-course gourmet meal prepared by a personal chef within the intimate atmosphere of our Cultivating Spirits’ Eatery, while being escorted through the stunning Colorado Rockies in a luxurious Escalade limousine. Located 90-minutes from Denver in the heart of Summit County, the gateway to year-round Rocky Mountain adventure and activity, Cultivating Spirits offers truly unique, one-of-a-kind Cannabis experiences.”

3 course cannabis pairing meals

Screen Shot 2016-03-24 at 11.30.51 AMTucked away in the charming town of Silverthorne, the Bud+Breakfast™ at Silverthorne is the perfect blend of Colorado’s two most enjoyable and unique attractions: the Rocky Mountains and legal cannabis. Their Grateful Dead themed property offers five private guest suites among two floors. They provide all the comforts, convenience, and breathtaking views of a traditional mountain-town lodge, but with a 420-friendly twist. High Country Healing is the exclusive cannabis provider for Bud + Breakfast.
Boreas Pass Rd

2This pass is about a 10-minute drive from Breckenridge, and you won’t want to miss it. It’s filled with beautiful vistas and old railroad remnants. And because the weather changes constantly – it’s versatile – drive up the pass in the sunshine, and snowmobile/snowshoe if you happen to experience a little spring snowstorm.



Dillon Dam Brewery

1It’s one of five main breweries in Summit County, and it gets its name from the Dillon Dam, that was constructed between 1961 and 1963. They installed a new bottler to help launch their award-winning beers and bombers, and they can serve up to 17 Dam beers on tap at a time. Now, if that isn’t spring break-worthy, what is?



The Baker’s Brewery

3Cure your hangover with comfort food, and visit the Baker’s Brewery in Silverthorne, CO. They’ve got homemade sourdough breads, soups, and salads, paired with session beers and guest taps. Get a beer, and get comfortable.




Best Hiking Trails in Summit County

5Walk it out; the best parts of the Gore, Tenmile, and Front Ranges collide in Summit County. Hike a 14,000-foot peak, and experience top-notch views of Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, Keystone, and Silverthorne.




Frisco Adventure Park

4Embrace that spring snow and jump on the multi-lane tubing hill! Serviced by an easy-to-use service lift, the Park also offers a beginner ski and ride hill too. No snow? No worries – this Adventure Park keeps it stacked in the summer a bike park, day lodge, and disc golf park.

Frisco Adventure Park


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