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Keystone is opportunely located just under 100 miles from Denver International Airport, the drive along I-70 takes a little over an hour and a half, so you can easily arrive in the morning and sneak a half-day of skiing in. The resort is owned and operated by Vail Resorts.
US Highway 6, Keystone, CO 80435
"This was my first visit to this area and the "INN"!! The hotel is situated near areas for some "world class" skiing and provides each guest with storage for their equipment! My room was clean, the décor was satisfactory and I had a refrigerator large enough to really store drinks and food for my convenience. The restaurant has a fairly good menu, the provided breakfast is ample; the bar has a very extensive wine list with many choices to fit your pocketbook, and the beer served is more than adequate. " great reviews - map
Come and enjoy our pool and two hot tubs with an unrestricted view of the Keystone Ski Mountain.
The Gondola and Ski School are both 100 yards from the Red Hawk building. This is all part of River Run, the European style community at the base of the Keystone Mountain. The Gondola launches from River Run as it starts up the mountain. From the pool and hot tub area you have an unrestricted 180 degree view of the entire Ski Area (see pics). 5 great reviews - calendar - map -
Call (970) 513-4647 for Christy Sports in Keystone Ski Resort at the Base.
219 River Run Rd Keystone, CO, 80435 map
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Keystone consists of three mountains named Dercum Mountain, North Peak, the Outback, and five Bowls (Independence, Erickson, Bergman, North and South Bowls) for skiing at every level. The first three mountains mentioned connected by a series of ski lifts and gondolas. Collectively, the mountains form the largest operation in Colorado to offer night skiing, where several trails are lit by large floodlights, and lift operation can run until late into the night. Night skiing takes place after sunset until as late as 9 p.m. on as many as 15 of the resort's trails.