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Trip Guide to Skiing Keystone, CO

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Photo: Courtesy of Telluride Tourism Board

Think of 2,870-acre Keystone, with its three mountains and five bowls, as comfort skiing; there's just enough variety and other diversions (night skiing, tubing, and ice-skating) to offer a classic family-style ski vacation. It's close to Denver, and the A51 terrain park is not only Colorado's biggest night park but the reason your 10-year-old will stay up late.

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Destinations: Keystone

Inspired by: Colorado Skiing: The Big Mountains — by Everett Potter, Published Nov. 2007

Hotels (2)

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    Inn at Keystone

    Part of the Keystone Ski Resort, this affordable hotel is approximately 400 yards from the Mountain House ski base, the central hub for ski lifts a

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    The Keystone Lodge & Spa

    Located on the Keystone shuttle route, this hotel has a warm, rustic vibe that begins in the lobby, decorated with mounted antlers, framed landscap

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Restaurants (2)

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    Ski Tip Lodge

    Located in the mountainous resort area of Keystone, this restaurant services the Ski Tip Lodge with a four-course tasting menu of Colorado-inspired

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    Alpenglow Stube

    Accessed by two gondola rides through the mountains, this German-American restaurant sits at the top of the North Peak, at a height of 11,444 feet.

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