Skiing?  It's paradise!

The view above is the view you'll see from the deck of this luxury Keystone condo.  That hot tub above is the hot tub in this luxurious condo!  The entire length of the condo faces the slopes, so you see this view from the living room.  From the dining room.  From the private hot tub room AND from the master bedroom.

No cramped quarters for you!  Walk to the mountain in the morning, enjoy a day at the slopes and return to this spacious, 1800 square foot retreat to relax.

Big, beautiful wood-burning fireplace, cable, DVD, CD, WIFI Wireless Internet, fully equipped kitchen and washer and dryer in the unit.  At night heal your body and mind while enjoying the unparalleled views of night skiing from your private hot tub.
Read on.  Browse our gallery of photos, then check our surprisingly reasonable rates.  If you're interested, book now so you can be the hero when it comes time for you and your family or friends to check into this outstanding condo!
2008-2010 Lane Management.  All rights reserved.
Snow & Weather Report
The mountains are turning white - it won't be long!  Look for opening news and a list of lifts and runs operating.
Lifts start running at 9am - 4pm with $___ adult and $____ child lift ticket prices valid through ___/___, subject to change pending ski conditions.
Availabilities:  Thanksgiving! New Year's Week!  February and March!
Call for specific dates 800.506.0248 or email
What's new -

KEYSTONE NAMED "Great Family Destination"
-- SKI Magazine's Reader Resort Survey (Oct., 2008)
On one end of the ski spectrum are the purist's mountains--no-frills hills where you'll find great skiing but little else.  On the opposite end: megaresorts tailored to the pampered elite, where the skiing often gets second billing to luxury amenities and diversions. Keystone sits in-between, and that's why loyal visitors keep coming back. It appeals to skiers with a Goldilocks mentality, offering a just-right blend of serious skiing and affordable pampering.  True, it's not the gnarliest mountain around.  But in response to one reader's remark that "some more challenging runs would be nice," another observes that "the Outback challenges even the best skiers."
... Enjoy the end of your day by sending your kids nightskiing.  Late afternoon skiing opens up as day-trippers make the easy drive back to Denver.  Stick around and head over to the renowned Alpenglow Stube where, as with the mountain, "everyone can find something they like."
LOCAL SECRET:  Apreski at the famous Ski Tip Lodge, which offers happy hour specials every afternoon 3:30-5:30 pm.
MANDATORY RUN:  On a powder day, hike south from the top of Dercum Mountain and drop into the Windows area--10 tucked-away gladed trails that hold fresh snow for days.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Ski area
open yet