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Recent Keystone reviews

  • Lovely Condo in Keystone!!! PERFECT!

    "We had an amazing time in Keystone. This condo was conveniently located in West Keystone with a shuttle service right in our parking lot that took us straight to Mountain House (we are the first pickup so we didn't have to squeeze onto shuttle during the busier times, as did later stops). It was well stocked with everything we needed! Including a playpen & high chair for our little one! Was a perfect little retreat with an AMAZING view!"
    Guest: sarah c. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 6, 2014
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  • Great place to stay in Keystone

    "We had a wonderful time at this property! It was right at the bottom of the main Gondola run in the River Run area of Keystone, accessible to shops and restaurants. Being a summer trip, the crowds were small and the weather was warm so this review may not be exactly the same experience as someone coming to ski. Finding the property management company was easy, and getting the key to the house proved very straightforward. Aside from only being able to park one car in the building, which was explained beforehand, getting unloaded was easy and there were luggage carts to assist in emptying the luggage out. The elevator to the 5th floor was occasionally a short wait, but never too much of an inconvenience. Possibly this would be more of an issue in prime season with a lot of skiers, but for us it was really no problem. The condo itself was large and inviting. We had 11 people in our party, and there was plenty of room. The view from the balcony is of the ski slopes directly, with mountains to the side on each end. Immediately upon arrival we witnessed a large black bear traversing the slopes in front of the balcony. The electronics worked, though we had to play musical remotes once or twice to get the TVs working. We had no reason to request any maintenance, so I cannot comment on the effectiveness of the management in getting something fixed. Overall I was very pleased with this rental and the condition everything was in. I would recommend it to anyone looking and be glad to stay here again should the opportunity arise."
    Guest: Aaron B. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 25, 2014
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  • Sweet condo in the Village; Not great if you are looking for quiet

    "This was a nice, basic condo in a great location for enjoying winter sports. The summer price was excellent, and I have nothing negative to say about the building or condo itself....very nice and clean and straightforward. I would say that this is NOT a great spot in the summer if you are looking for quiet or sleep prior to 2am, as it sits directly on one of the main walking thoroughfares in the village and is directly across from a loud bar. It's fine with the windows closed, but given the summer heat, I needed to keep them open to stay cool. The party raged on until 2am each night, and I'm just happy that I was traveling alone and didn't have our kids with me since sleep would have been elusive. Anyhow, I could see how this would be an ideal spot in the winter, or for anyone who wants to be close to the bars and nightlife."
    Guest: Jodi Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 24, 2014
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  • Beautiful!

    "Beautiful accommodated unit: Spacious, updated, comfortable. The price was just right too."
    Guest: Sally Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 2, 2014
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Keystone Travel Tips

Keystone, Colorado, is the home of the Keystone Resort that was originally constructed in the 1970s. There are three mountains in Keystone: Decum, North Peak and The Outback mountains, and the resort was built and planned to accommodate skiers and summer visitors.

Keystone Attractions

Visiting Keystone in the summer means you'll have access to many outdoor activities such as Adventure Point Tubing. Here visitors will get to ride down Keystone Mountain on tubes for kid-friendly and group adventures. Adventure Point Tubing is also a great spot to check out when you visit during the winter. More interested in the landscape on the way up the mountain? Scenic lift rides will take you up Colorado's Rocky Mountains to an elevation of approximately 11,640 feet. All you have to do it sit back and enjoy the ride as well as the breathtaking views.

There is a total of 36 holes at the Keystone Ranch Golf Course and The River Course at Keystone - so you have plenty of opportunities to work on your swing. The Ranch Golf Course is a classic mountain course full of lodgepole pines, sage meadows and a nine-acre lake. There are locker rooms and a fully-stocked golf shop in the clubhouse and a practice facility where you can warm up before you hit the green. The Sandwedge Shoppe at Keystone Ranch serves breakfast to-go, lunch and drinks. The River Course features elevation changes, bunkers, water hazards and a 194-foot elevation drop on hole 16. Take in views of Lake Dillon and snow-capped peaks. The River Course Grill serves breakfast and lunch as well as happy hour, while the golf shop sells apparel, accessories and equipment.

Mountain biking is a favorite summer past time in Keystone. Visitors can take a lift service to the top of the mountain before riding downhill through miles of trails and pathways. There are mountain biking clinics for those who want to try out the sport or take up a new hobby during their stay. In addition to biking clinics, you can rent a bike or boat if you want to head out for a cycling adventure, go on a paddle boat or take a canoeing excursion.

Head to Keystone Lake during the winter for ice skating and hockey. The five-acre lake is home to the largest Zamboni-maintained outdoor skating rink in North America and festively decorated during the holidays, complete with music. Ice skating is also an option at Dercum Square, as the area boasts a 7,200-square-foot ice rink in River Run. There's day and night skating and free ice time available for guests.

Things to Do in Keystone

Keystone Tennis Program: During your stay in Keystone, why not practice a little tennis? The Tennis Club is open year-round and has indoor facilities so visitors can play pick-up matches, take a private lesson or participate in a drop-in clinic for children and adults. When you visit during the summer, you can take your tennis-playing action outside to 9,280 feet above sea level.

Keystone Spa: Pamper yourself during your stay at the Keystone Spa with services such as facials, body wraps and massages. Body wrap treatments include the Coco-Luscious, Blueberry Soy-licious and Champagne Divine are relaxing and rejuvenating. Enjoy one of the many massage therapies offered at the spa such as a customized massage, couples massage and enhancements including aromatherapy and a foot refresher.

Keystone Nordic Center: There are more than 9 miles of trails and access to 35 miles of paved trails near the White River National Forest from the Keystone Nordic Center. Here you can go cross-country skiing, skate skiing and snowshoeing with lessons and guided tours. Don't forget to try the old-fashioned family tubing hill, and be sure to grab a bite to eat at The Nordic Soup Bistro's lunch buffet.

Shopping: Stores in Keystone include Gorsuch Ltd, Keystone Sports, Rockin' R Ranch Trading Port, Arriesgado Clothing Company, Christy Sports, Cures 'N Curiousities and Kidz Cabin. Rockin' R Ranch Trading Post is a modern take on an old trading post and sells souvenirs, groceries and gifts, while Gorsuch Ltd is known as a "skier's tradition" and has mountain clothing, skis, boots and accessories. Pick up items just for the children, including ski jackets, pants, games, toys and souvenirs, at Kidz Cabin.

Dining: After a day of hiking and skiing, treat yourself to a decadent meal. Der Fondue Chessel, an authentic fondue experience on North Peak Mountain in a cozy atmosphere, is a great place to start. Keystone Ranch is a fine-dining eatery that maintains its historic 1930s feel. There's a five-course dinner of Colorado cuisine as well as casual fare. Alpenglow Stube offers spectacular views as you ride up to the top of North Peak Mountain in a gondola. The Ski Tip Lodge serves a four-course dinner and comfortable seating. For a unique dining experience, check out Dinner Wagon Ride. You'll take a horse drawn sleigh ride to a homestead for dinner and entertainment. Other restaurants in Keystone include 9280' Tap House, Bighorn Bistro and Bar, Black Bear Grill, Black Diamond Pizzeria and Cala Inn.

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