Lone Eagle Condos at River Run Village

Address: US Hwy 6, Keystone, Colorado, 80435, United States | Villa
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This villa is located on US Hwy 6, Keystone.
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      Travel Blogs from Keystone

      Keystone Day 3 - hitting the slopes again

      A travel blog entry by culvy on Nov 20, 2013

      14 photos

      ... amazing scenary, it snowed while we were skiing, we had wide open runs all to ourselves and by the end of the day we were tackling the blue runs with only a few tumbles along the way. I must say I think we both improved enormously over the last 2 days, I know I'm slightly biased, but we looked dam good on the slopes this afternoon! The last few days have been amazing. I'm so glad we chose Keystone to visit, it's a great place and I'd love to come back someday ...

      Day 22: River of Colors

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 19, 2013

      ... glistening mountain water. When we came to the end of the road, I took a hard right to the east.

      My legs were burning so I propsed stopping at the town of Hot Sulpher Springs along a narrow bluish Colorado River. The sun was fading and a huge storm approached. We decided to scope out campgrounds close to Rocky Mountain NP, but found them all reserved or filled up. We stopped and called a motel we saw in Hot Suphur Springs 17 miles back and rhey had room. So back ...

      Day 17 - a Visit from Mr Bear !

      A travel blog entry by cusan on Aug 07, 2011

      3 comments, 24 photos

      ... the other hotel guests looking at me in confusion, sweaty, hair all over the place and unshaved as I ate my last hotel breakfast of this holiday.

      Now back to Luce.....

      Ci and I had had a lovely lay in, and got up to eat breakfast. We were nearing the end of our food when the rest of our sweaty family returned. It was then time for something I'd been looking forward to.....time in an outside pool, in the sun, yay!

      I was joined by Ci, and then ...

      Flats to Mountains!

      A travel blog entry by p4ul_allen on Oct 04, 2010

      3 comments, 48 photos

      ... has to say about taking it off road but surely if they provide a vehicle capable of it then it’s OK right!? We do the same further down the mountain and head through Montezuma and up a trail into the forest.....again without getting stuck or punctured tyres! By the end of the day we’re all pretty whacked so head into town for some food at ‘local night’ at the Mint Restaurant where a steak is $2.99 per 8oz. We then have a couple of $1 pints of ...

      Long Day of driving

      A travel blog entry by brian796 on Mar 14, 2010

      9 photos

      We were up, had the car loaded, and ready for breakfast at the hotel breakfast by about 7:50 this morning. We left the hotel around 8:10 and headed out for Amarillo, where we attended the Olsen Road Church of Christ. Our preacher's brother preaches there. After church we grabbed fast food to eat on the road and headed out for a very long day of driving through a bunch of nothingness. As we got into Denver it started raining, ...