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Celebrate Independence Day

Come to Summit County and celebrate Independence Day while taking in some of the nation’s most beautiful sites. Surely when “purple mountain majesties” was written in 1913 it was referencing our very own majestic Rockies. Between the views and the weather, Summit County is the place to be in July. And speaking of where you should …

Presenting: The SCMR Guest Loyalty Program

It’s true. We appreciate our guests. As a matter of fact, without guests we would be out of business because our clients wouldn’t need us to manage their homes. And we don’t take our guests for granted. We know that you have a choice of who you stay with when you visit Summit County and …

Spring Sale Extended

Spring is a time of change, and that change often brings travelers some of the best value. You can catch some great end of season skiing at Arapahoe Basin or take advantage of the changing weather and get in some hiking. Or just enjoy the tranquility of the resort when all is quiet. Spring also …

Keystone Closing Day 2017: Area Events

Yes. It’s true. Closing Day is right around the corner. April 16th to be exact. But, there’s still 10 days left to have fun on the slopes! And, don’t forget, A-basin is just down the road and they have yet to announce their closing day (last year it was in June). For the remainder of …

Spring Savings

SPRING SAVINGS Spring is a time of change, and that change often brings travelers some of the best value. You can catch some great end of season skiing at Arapahoe Basin or take advantage of the changing weather and get in some hiking. Or just enjoy the tranquility of the resort when all is quiet. …

What to Wear in Keystone: Winter, Spring, Summer & Fall

One of the biggest challenges facing any Keystone visitor is what to pack. Deciding what to bring during our coldest months, or preparing for forty-degree temperature swings during the spring and fall can be an intimidating task. We’re here to help. Below you’ll find what we recommend for any visitor organized by season.

Keystone Closing Day Extended

You probably noticed there’s been a lot of snow in Keystone this year. After a slow start to ski season, mother nature rewarded our patience with record amounts of snowfall. January brought us 127 inches* of snowfall. Compare that with the 44 inches* in the same month of 2016 and that pretty much tells the …

Legendary Arapahoe Basin Worth the Trip Over from Keystone

by Kelsey McCarson Visitors to Keystone during the fun-filled winter season who want to find ski lessons for their kids have good reason to look toward Arapahoe Basin as a viable alternative to the two available, but more expensive, on-site options. Local business owner and Texas resident, Karen Fuller, told me she found the trip …

The Keystone Top 5: Ski-in/Ski-out

Thinking about booking that dream ski vacation? You know, the one where you have the perfect vacation rental in a complex with great amenities and you step right out to the slopes? We’re here to help. This edition of The Keystone Top 5 ranks the ski-in/ski-out complexes so you can make an informed decision. But… …

Why You Should Rent your Ski Gear Early

When you finally get to Keystone after a long drive or a long flight, the last thing you want to deal with is long lines. Fortunately, you’re already ahead of the curve if you’ve booked with us. Our 24/7 hassle-free check-in ensures no long lines to get your keycard. Now all you need is your …