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Take advantage of Colorado winters by taking a quick (1.5 hour) drive to three optional ski resorts! Keystone is one great option, A-Basin and Breckinridge (Breck) are two additional options for ski and snow board enthusiasts (or fans of Après ski).
On Epic Pass -- Very beginner friendly and has some big bowls. This has notoriously been known as a “snowboarders” mountain with a lot of parks and fun terrain. There is also a great gondola ride for people that do not want to ski at Keystone!
Keystone is huge, there are plenty of ski runs including a 3 mile long green run and a large learning area at the top. Recommended if you've never skied before.
One of the largest ski-able terrains in the US. Something for everybody, green to double diamonds.
Beautiful drive up through Hwy 24 will avoid Denver I 70 traffic depending on time you travel but more scenic route-all wheel or 4 wheel in snow conditions recommended.
World class skiing and snowboarding, tubing, Saturday fireworks in winter, horseback riding in summer, great for kids!
A quick walk to the shuttle stop, and 30 minutes later you are at Keystone! The mountain is a local favorite, with plenty action and fast lifts that get you everywhere. There are three peaks, stacked one behind the other. The first one (Dercum) is mostly beginner/intermediate terrain; the second one…
The Pines is just 2.3 miles to River Run Village and 1.5 miles to Mountain House. Keystone has a good range of skiing for all levels and is the only resort for night skiing in Summit County. River Run village is the main entertainment area. River Run has the Gondola, restaurants, and shopping. …
Whether you have a pass or are just here for the weekend, Keystone accommodates newbies to the experienced!
Short walk to River Run. Lots of activities; bars/dining/shopping/relaxation/skiing/tubing/etc.
Kid/Family friendly resort with Kidtopia and an ice skating rink. Lots of terrain on the backside of the mountain. During peak season this resort is 2 hours away on weekends.
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“Copper Mountain is both a winter and summer destination. With some of the best skiing, snowboarding, tubing in the world, it also has a great village, easy to navigate with wonderful resturants and shops. The summer offers a 18 hole golf course, hiking, mountain biking, bumper boats, Woodward, mountain climbing and more. ”
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“A short, moderate hike to a historic area full of mine relics and high alpine lakes. The trail is completely above tree line, starting at 11,748 feet elevation. Distance: 2.8 miles Elevation Gain: 1131 feet Directions: From the intersection of Main Street and Ski Hill Road/Lincoln Avenue drive south on Highway 9 approximately 8 miles to Blue Lakes Road (No. 850). Turn right. At the fork, go straight and follow the road 2.2 miles. Park just below the dam. The trailhead is just above the dam at its north end.”
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