Ski Tip Lodge

Address: 764 Montezuma Rd., Keystone, Colorado, 80435, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 764 Montezuma Rd., Keystone, is near Keystone Ski Area.
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        Travel Blogs from Keystone

        Day 41 - Sticky Fingers lunch

        A travel blog entry by dcbrown on Oct 02, 2015

        6 photos

        ... the coffee shop being pretty unique too. We had lunch at the coffee shop called 'Sticky Fingers Cafe' and it was so tasty!!

        Darren had a coffee with a BBQ pulled pork sandwich on a pretzel bun.
        I had a warm apple cider (cider isn't always alcoholic over here...it's just more of a spiced warm apple drink) and a salad with spinach, mandarin orange, cranberries, chicken, almonds, feta and a raspberry dressing. We resisted all of the yummy ...

        The Rockies rock and they 'aspen' me.

        A travel blog entry by thefrenchpickle on Oct 01, 2015

        2 comments, 45 photos

        ... 20th century and we share a birth day.
        Hehas inspired me to take on photography and specially black and white photography. I discover some of his pictures in a bookshop in Berkeley 40 years ago and I was totally taken by his interpretation of landscapes.
        He has been instrumental in the promotion of the beauty of the american landscapes and his work on the National parks has been invaluable on helping ...

        The little show of wonders

        A travel blog entry by thefrenchpickle on Oct 01, 2015

        36 photos

        ... and enjoyed so much the fragility and tenacity of these tiny wonders thinking that they spend much of the winters under snow and freezing temperatures to bloom with majesty in the spring and summer. A lesson to learn I assume from mother nature,

        Hope you will enjoyed, we did.

        Ps do not ask me any name, i am useless but you can go to Plantsnapp to get ...

        Rocky Mountain High

        A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Sep 30, 2015

        6 photos

        ... to be used to 'sightseers'. The trees are absolutely magnificent. There are cottonwood trees along the banks of the river, and aspen trees throughout the pine forests. I have arrived at the very best time for the colours in Colorado this year. During my past visits, I have missed the best of the Autumn colours, but the sights I have seen today so far outweigh the disappointment of those previous visits. We drove ahead ...

        Goodbye Washington DC, hello Colorado

        A travel blog entry by culvy on Nov 17, 2013

        7 photos

        Today we say our farewells to Washington DC. It's been great! We've learnt so much about the country's history, culture and its people this last week. Can totally understand why everyone here is so patriotic towards the president, home towns, state, sporting teams and so on... We had a late afternoon flight so thought it'd be cool to check out Georgetown with the remaining time left (everything else had been ticked off our sight-seeing to do list). Georgetown is ...