Windrider of the Rockies
Frisco, Colorado
www.windrider.us (970) 468-5006

Located in the majestic Rocky Mountains, minutes away from major all season resorts, Windrider of the Rockies is nestled in Frisco Bay Marina. Surrounded by high mountain
peaks, some over 14,000 feet, Lake Dillon Reservoir is a
sailors heaven. Mentioned in the September 2014 Sail & Sailing magazines as a spot to visit.
Our instructors have over 3o years of sailing experience which has been honed on this challenging lake.
Our sailboats are heavy weather boats that include Pearson Ensigns, Santanas, and Catalinas.
Our sailing conditions are varied and unique. With prevailing wind very uncommon, and wind speed of the same nature, Windrider of the Rockies is sure to help you have fun on sporty water.
We provide a SAFE system of operation. Sailing Action for Everyone. Windrider.us will provide you details to begin your sailing adventure.

Windrider of the Rockies is the high country’s Friendly Sailing Connection.
Offering Basic Keelboat Certification for individuals and groups.
Our season is short due to our elevation. We are pleased to
provide you with a memorable sailing experience.

ASA Sailing Certification Courses Offered

ASA 101, Basic Keelboat Sailing
ASA 101, Basic Keelboat Sailing
Learn to skipper a 20' - 27' sloop-rigged keelboat by day, in light to moderate winds and sea conditions. Learn basic sailing terminology, parts and functions, helm commands, basic sail trim, points of sail, buoyage, seamanship and safety including basic navigation rules to avoid collisions and hazards.

Other Services Offered

  • Women Only Courses
  • Couples Courses
  • Private Courses
  • Weekday Courses
  • Weekend Courses
  • Corporate Team Building Courses
  • Day Sail Charters (public)
  • Sunset Cruises
  • Sail Trim Courses

Contact Information

Windrider of the Rockies

Address 267 Marina Court 900 East MainFriscoCO80443United States
Phone(970) 468-5006
Websitewww.windrider.us
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