Mountain Condos in Keystone's River Run Village
Keystone, Colorado, is known as a destination for skiing, but when the summer sun melts the snow away, the area transforms into a playground for mountain biking. At the base of the mountain, you can wheel your bike onto a chairlift that takes you up to Keystone Bike Park. (The park, open seasonally, closes September 16 and offers limited hours in early September.) It's lined with trails and low-intensity runs, and more advanced bikers can careen over thrilling ridgeline drops with names like "Piranha" and "Voodoo." River Run's condos are located at the base of the mountain, with easy access to the chairlifts.
The condos are situated right in River Run Village, which is filled with shops, restaurants, and bars. But you don't have to venture far to get what you need—each condominium is equipped with a kitchen stocked with cooking utensils and dishware.
There's a lodge-like feel to each property; they feature wooden furnishings and stone fireplaces. The living rooms are open and spacious, and some have cathedral-style ceilings.
Keystone, Colorado: Upscale Resort Town near Mountains and Alpine Lakes
Located about 75 miles west of Denver, the resort town of Keystone is lined with four-star restaurants and high-end shops, but Keystone Mountain is the town’s focal point. Lifts scale up the peak, which transforms into a scenic park for biking and guided hikes. During autumn, people flock to the mountain to take in festive foliage displays. Though not included with this Groupon, the annual Wine in the Pine dining event also draws guests to Keystone during the fall season. Additionally, the area features two championship golf courses that stretch past pristine lakes, meadows, and the Snake River.
Less than 10 miles west of town lies the Dillon Reservoir, a lake spanning more than 3,000 acres that now covers the original site of the town of Dillon. Here, you can spend a day canoeing, windsurfing, or fly-fishing on the Blue River, which flows into the lake. To the north, the Arapaho National Forest stretches across 1.5 million acres of protected mountains and grassland laced with hiking trails.
Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.