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One of Colorado's older ski resorts (1943), Loveland may be smaller than its neighbors, but its old-school vibe, wide-open runs, cheap lift tickets and proximity to Denver (56 miles) have guaranteed enduring populari...
Accessible from the Loveland Pass parking lot, the short 2-mile jaunt to Mt Sniktau (13,234ft) is a relatively easy hike and a good way to experience the thrill of hiking above treeline without having to work (too mu...
This is the place at the resort to inquire about other summer sports, such as horseback riding and hayrides, rafting and fly-fishing and a variety of programs for children.
Your basic, friendly Colorado eatery with veggie, buffalo and beef burgers, brisket sandwiches, rib baskets, wraps and burritos.
This groovy, hippie-run, rock-and-roll coffeehouse does righteous breakfast sandwiches, jet-fueled coffee, soups and sandwiches for lunch, and it has a booknook too.
This is the place for bike rentals in summer and snowboard or ski rental in winter.
This restaurant has built its reputation on tender grilled meats and in-house microbrews.
This bike park has some tremendous downhill trails and is a hub for those aforementioned 100-plus miles of scenic mountain single track...
Summit County's free bus service links Keystone with Breckenridge and Arapahoe Basin in winter (Swan Mountain Flyer) and with Dillon and Silverthorne year-round.
Shuttle service to/from Denver International Airport (two hours).
Shuttle service (two hours) to/from Denver International Airport.
Both of Keystone's golf courses, Keystone Ranch and Keystone River Course, have been lauded by golf magazines and can be reserved from the same reservation number.
The big draw is this ski area, which climbs from 9280ft to 12,408ft in elevation, and encompasses three mountains or 3148 skiable acres laced with 135 trails, about half of which are expert runs...
River reports, gear, a variety of guided trips, fly-fishing lessons and free casting clinics.
Summit County's free bus system connects Dillon with Keystone.
The Dillon Reservoir ferry service runs between the marinas in Frisco and Dillon. Dogs and bikes welcome.
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