Getting To and Around Keystone

Getting Around

Located 90 miles West of Denver and 65 Miles East of Eagle, Keystone is very easy to get to. If you are coming from Denver International Airport, take Peña Blvd to Interstate 70 west and travel for about 1hr 15mins to exit #216 (US-6W). Continue on US-6W to Dercum Square in Keystone. 

Keystone also has The Summit Stage- one of the largest free public transportation services in the nation, and it makes it easy to get around town. Keep in mind that the bus schedule in the summer months are drastically different than the winter Months. The bus is a great resource to easily get to the slopes or any other destination you desire in Keystone and other parts of Summit County.

There are also several shuttle services available directly from Denver International Airport, or Eagle County Airport.

Mountain House

Mountain House

This neighborhood was once Keystone’s main base village and sits at the base of Dercum Mountain. The lodging in this neighborhood is convenient to everything Keystone has to offer including shopping, dining, including the children’s ski school. Mountain House also offers lift access to two of the mountain’s premier chair lifts.  Summer boasts amazing mountain bike trails just outside of this locale.  You can’t go wrong in this location.

River Run Village

River Run Village

Keystone’s main village abound with nightlife, dining and other great entertainment.  Enjoy the new River Run Gondola getting you to the top of three great options for skiing or snowboarding.  River Run is Keystone’s newest base village and everything within the village is walking distance.  Great for convenience and ease for your skiing or riding vacation.

East Keystone

East Keystone

East Keystone is hidden away in a forest of blue spruce, lodgepole pines and aspens.  If you are looking for a serene mountain getaway, this is your spot. In the winter you will find direct access to River Run via free in town shuttle, which is where you will find all the skiing, snowboarding, dining and nightlife you could want.

Lakeside Village

Lakeside Village

Lakeside Village is complete with an ice skating rink as well as spectacular views any which way you look.  The Continental Divide is to your East and The famed Gore Range is to the West. Lakeside Village offers waterfront property (in the summer) that makes for a spectacular stay. 

West Keystone

West Keystone

If you like walking in the woods, or meandering your way along paved bike paths, look no further.  West Keystone offers a different kind of lodging experience.  Deep in the forest, experience a quiet setting that offers a rich heritage.  You will also find the Nordic Center and golf as well as the famed dining experience of Keystone Ranch.  

North Keystone

North Keystone

This neighborhood is tucked into the Tenderfoot Mountain Ridge and offers startling views of the Rocky Mountains’ spectacular jagged peaks.  The lodging options in this neighborhood offer a more serene experience as you are off the beaten path.  Rest assured! The free town shuttle allows you to be close to all of the action including skiing, dining, golf, shopping and other entertainment.