Mountain Lodge and Spa in the Rockies
Nestled among three peaks in the Rocky Mountains, Keystone Resort is a 3,000-acre village dotted with restaurants, wilderness outfitters, and bars. At the center of it all is Keystone Lodge & Spa, a 152-room retreat overlooking Keystone Mountain and the Snake River. You'll find a host of outdoor activities nearby, including mountain biking, whitewater rafting, and golf on two world-class courses.
The hotel's expansive, state-of-the-art spa boasts a steam room, indoor and outdoor hot tubs, and a swimming pool. Only organic and sustainable products are used in the spa's treatments. These include the Coco-Luscious wrap, during which the body is buffed with a mixture of raw sugar cane and virgin coconut oil, then exfoliated by gentle pineapple and mango acids, and hydrated with papaya body butter.
The lodge's restaurant, Bighorn Steakhouse, features beautiful views of Keystone Lake and the Continental Divide. The menu lists prime cuts of American beef as well as wild game and fresh seafood. Lakeside Deli, meanwhile, offers grab-and-go sandwiches perfect for those headed out on the trail, and Edgewater Café focuses on breakfast and lunch, which can be enjoyed on a lakeside patio.
Keystone, Colorado: Scenic Resort Village with Abundant Outdoor Recreation
The resort town of Keystone is known for its great skiing, but the outdoor fun doesn't stop when the snow melts. Nearly 60 miles of bike trails wind through the mountains, ranging in difficulty from tranquil coasts to quad-toning uphill climbs. Adventure Point is a repurposed ski slope, where tubers barrel down a hill course before taking a convenient lift back to the top.
Keystone is home to many restaurants that have earned accolades from Wine Spectator and Zagat. At North Peak, a handful of restaurants are located at a dizzying elevation of 11,444 feet. Diners are delivered to the eateries via yeti-drawn gondolas.
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