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Recent River Run, Black Bear Lodge reviews

  • Great condo, Fantasitc location!

    "We stayed in this unit because of the location within Keystone resort. Its balcony overlooks the main resort common area. What a great location! Sitting on the balcony people watching and observing the fire pits made for a relaxing way to start and end the day. The unit itself is well equipped and looks to have all new flat screen TVs. The beds were all very comfortable as was the couch. The kitchen had all the needed items for cooking meals in the condo. Of course, the resort had many restaurants to choose from if you want to eat out. Many restaurants within a 1 minute walk. The ski lift is also just a very short walk from the unit. The underground parking would be a very big plus during the winter season. We will be back."
    Guest: Terry Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 2, 2014
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  • Our Weekend Getaway!

    "OMG!!!! Love, Love, Love this condo/location! We had such a nice time and it was during off season. My boys were like "Momma, we don't want to go home, can we stay longer?" Everything was perfect and I felt so relaxed and great. The only thing missing was an iPod docking station!"
    Guest: Vix Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 9, 2014
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  • Great place - great stay

    "We've stayed in this building before, but this was our first time in this unit, and it was wonderful. We had 3 people total and this was just enough room. Everything we could want was here and plenty of space. Looking forward to next year!"
    Guest: Carey F. Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: March 18, 2014
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  • LOVE THIS PLACE!!

    "Wonderful place to stay! The rooms were good size and the two decks were a bonus! Views were fabulous! We hope get the opportunity to stay here again! THANKS for opening your condo to us :)"
    Guest: KELTON Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 19, 2014
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River Run, Black Bear Lodge Travel Tips

Spend Your Vacations at Black Bear Lodge Condos in Keystone

The best time to take a vacation at Black Bear Lodge condos in Keystone, Colorado is during the low season, as rates are less expensive and many restaurants have specials during this season. The busy seasons are from January to March and the end of June to the beginning of September, as well as during all the holidays. However, for a good family vacation, peak season is inevitable and just as much fun. With careful planning, you can have an affordable vacation.

The weather conditions in Keystone, like any other mountainous areas, is likely to be unusual to you, especially since your body may behave differently at higher altitudes. Pack for colder temperatures and always be ready for abrupt weather changes.

Black Bear Lodge Cabins in the Winter

Staying at Black Bear Lodge cabins in winter is an enchanting experience. The charm of the beautifully groomed ski slopes and the expanse of the Rocky Mountains is an unforgettable sight. Skiing and snowboarding are the most popular pastimes during the winter days and are not to be missed. Evenings can be spent next to a roaring fire in your cabin or eating out at one of the local restaurants.

Black Bear Lodge Condos in the Summer

Keystone enjoys summers with the weather reaching an average of seventy degrees during the day through September. Keystone vacation rentals are a great choice for a summer vacation. Black Bear Lodge cabins are wonderful as holiday homes for those seeking a little adventure. As the snow dissipates, other activities take over from skiing, such as exploring the Keystone Bike Park and trying the challenging downhill trails. Another activity is fly fishing for trout in middle of the magnificent scenery. Other activities include golfing, hiking, horseback riding, and whitewater rafting. There are also festivals, films, and concerts to attend.

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