East Keystone is set away from the hustle and bustle of the resort. If you’re looking for a great vacation complete with shopping, restaurants and many activities, but want to enjoy the tranquility of the mountains, then East Keystone is a great choice.
The gem of this area is the fine dining restaurant at Ski Tip Lodge. This quaint little lodge used to be a stagecoach stop during the 1800s and was the former home of Keystone’s founding family, the Dercums. Today it’s known as one of the country’s top dining establishments with a weekly four-course menu as well as dessert and wine pairings.
The complexes in the area each offer their own set of amenities, and you’re always a short walk from casting your line into Snake River. The mountains and tall pines lend a feel of seclusion, and wildlife viewing is a must for children and adults alike.
Paths for biking and walking run along the north side of East Keystone, and if you head west you’ll hit River Run Village. Or enjoy the convenience of the resort shuttle with five shuttle stops throughout the area.