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Keystone features award-winning dining and shopping in River Run and its Lakeside Village year-round. Its ski resort offers over 3,100 acres of mountain access across four challenging peaks. The largest resort in Summit County, snowmobiles provide the most adventurous of riders with access into the backcountry terrain. Its terrain park “A51” and night skiing access also set Keystone’s resort apart from the others within close proximity. The resort hosts outdoor yoga classes and a “Friday Afternoon Club” with occasional live music during summer months, providing spectators with gaping views from the resort’s peak all year long. Summer in Keystone offers two championship golf courses, fly-fishing, and an extensive network of mountain biking and hiking trails for the whole family.

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Elevation and Location

The village of Keystone sits at 9,280 feet in elevation and the summit elevation is 12,408 feet.

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Festivals and Events

The beautiful town of Keystone is home to many festivals and fun activities. A few of the most noteworthy gatherings are the Bacon Festival, Wine & Jazz Fest, Bluegrass and Beer Fest, Keystone Winter Wine Weekend, and Oktoberfest. Warren Station, located within the River Run Village, offers concerts all year long.

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Fine Dining

Keystone’s high-end signature restaurants Der Fondue Chessel, Keystone Ranch, Alpenglow Stube, and The Ski Tip Lodge offer unforgettable and delicious mountain cuisine.

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Population

There are just over 1,000 full-time residents in Keystone.

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Other Activities

In addition to skiing and snowboarding, Keystone offers many family-friendly activities throughout the year. During the winter, the most desirable of activities include snow tubing, sleigh rides, dogsled tours and snowmobiling. Keystone notably features the largest Zamboni maintained outdoor skating rink in North America! There is no shortage of activities come summertime in Keystone. A scenic chairlift ride provides access to mountaintop views and activities. Many also enjoy horseback riding, downhill mountain biking, hiking, fly-fishing, and other recreation opportunities Summit County is known to offer. Keystone’s quaint mountain village has unique shops, restaurants, and cozy fire pits.

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Chip Sloneker

Office: 970.547.5935
Cell: 970.389.8688
Chip@SliferSummit.com

211 North Main Street
Breckenridge, CO 80424

Annie Harris

Office: 970.547.8252
Cell: 970.390.0851
AHarris@slifersummit.com

211 North Main Street
Breckenridge, CO 80424