Top Reasons to Visit Evergreen Condominiums
- The Evergreen Condominiums are tucked away in a forest of lodgepole pines right near the entrance to Keystone Resort, as well as a handful of restaurants awarded certificates of excellence.
- This deal has date options stretching all the way to April 2016, which means you can book peak ski season dates next year.
- Keystone has the largest mountain in Summit County and the largest night-skiing operation in all of Colorado. During winter, you have access to 3,148 skiable acres, 20 lifts, and two gondolas. In warmer months, you’ll find a host of outdoor activities nearby, including mountain biking, hiking, and whitewater rafting.
- Guests visiting Keystone in June can enjoy the Blue Ribbon Bacon Tour on June 27 and June 28.
- Guests can play golf at Keystone’s two championship courses, which are carved into the Rocky Mountains.
- Condos have all the amenities of home, including living rooms and private bedrooms. A stove, an oven, a microwave, and utensils are available in each full kitchen.
- The property has plenty of family-friendly features, including an indoor pool and a picnic area.
Keystone, Colorado: Upscale Resort Town with Ski 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 town’s focal point. Keystone Resort is the largest ski resort in town, with three mountains spanning 3,148 skiable acres and the state’s most expansive night skiing.
Each mountain has different levels of difficulty. The highest peak, The Outback, is crisscrossed with expert-level runs that weave around towering pines. When it’s snowy, you can also enjoy tubing at the mountain’s Adventure Point, skating at a rink in River Run Village, and sleigh rides through the powdery backcountry.
Two gondolas are among the 20 lifts that scale up Keystone Mountain, which transforms into a scenic park for biking, horseback riding, and guided hikes once the summer begins. Take the gondola to Adventure Point at top of the mountain to tube-slide down a snowy hill that stays slushy well into the summer. The area also 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.