October 17, 2017

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Keystone, Colorado

SnowThis mountain town gets its name from Pennsylvania, the Keystone State, when settlers came to Colorado in search of gold in the 1800s. The community caters to family and offers a host of year-round activities to enjoy. Keystone has little history beyond the resort which was completed in 1970. However, Keystone and Breckenridge, along with a few other towns, are known as “Colorado’s Largest Playground”.  As of 2000 Census, there were 825 residents.

Attractions

Keystone offer s a variety of festivals to explore including wine festivals, art festivals, and bike festivals, all of which are free for the entire family.

Dining

Keystone restaurants offer a range of experience from relaxing places for a quick refueling, to world-class dining and vibrant après ski spots where you can meet friends.  Take a moonlight gondola ride to a fondue dinner, sip award-winning wines next to a roaring stone-hearth fire or cuddle up in a horse-drawn sleigh as you are whisked away to dinner at Keystone’s Back Ranch.  Sit back and enjoy breathtaking views of Keystone with a gondola ride to the top of North Peak at 11,444 feet where an intimate dining experience awaits at the Alpenglow Stube.  Relax and kick off your shoes while slipping into fuzzy Austrian slippers provided by the restaurant. Then savor a Bavarian culinary experience.

Shopping

In Keystone there are numerous venues for shopping. Begin your retail adventure at the famous Town Square. You’ll find everything from cowboy boots, ski boots, clothing, home decor, accessories, fine art, fly-fishing equipment, and jewelry. You’ll also find a host of one of kind boutiques and shops all around town as well as a numerous outlet stores.