Though the village of Keystone is known primarily for its slopes, there are plenty of things a visitor can do beyond downhill skiing. Off-mountain activities include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, sleigh rides and snowmobiling.
Keystone is a haven for culinary enthusiasts with the highest gourmet restaurant in North America, the Alpenglow Stube, and another fine restaurant, Keystone Ranch.
When the snow melts, Keystone's three mountains and the surrounding Arapaho Forest offer extensive hiking, biking and outdoor adventure opportunities. Visitors will find everything from golf to scenic gondola rides to white-water rafting.
Keystone is about an 80-minute drive from Denver. Take Interstate 70 West to Highway 6 (Exit 205, Silverthorne/Dillon). For more information, phone toll-free 800-354-4386 or visit the Web site at http://www.keystone.snow.com.
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