Book your room at River Run by Keystone Resort
Spacious, modern condos at Keystone Resort
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Rocky Mountain Adventure
This condominium village sits along the Snake River at the base of Dercum Mountain near the River Run Gondola and accessible to 20 ski lifts and 135 ski runs in winter season.
Shops, dining, clubs
River Run Village offers restaurants, bars, shops, Ski & Ride School, Keystone Sports, Warren Station Center for the Arts, Quaking Aspen Amphitheatre, Children's Center daycare, and Kidtopia Play Park (summer season).
Fireplace and views
River Run Village's spacious condos have fireplaces and views of Keystone Mountain, Tenderfoot Mountain, or the village. Condos include kitchens with stone-tile floors and baths with pedestal sinks.Information missing or incorrect? Tell us!
River Run is the largest of 3 village areas that make up Keystone Resort. Spread 7 miles along the Snake River, the resort encompasses 3 mountains: Dercum, North Peak, and the Outback. River Run Village, located at the base of Dercum Mountain, features the Keystone Children's Center and Kidtopia; Warren Station Center for the Arts and Quaking Aspen Amphitheatre; Miner's Park Playground; a bungee trampoline and climbing wall in summer; and the Keystone Ski and Ride School. The village also has numerous restaurants, bars, and shops, and hosts many cultural festivals throughout the year. The condos are in the Black Bear, Jackpine, Arapahoe Lodge, Silvermill, Springs, Dakota Lodge, and Expedition Station buildings, many of which feature restaurants and shops on the first floor as well as lobbies with fireplaces and televisions. They are within easy reach of the slopes by way of the River Run Gondola and Summit Express High-Speed Quad.
Other hotel amenities include concierge service, shopping on site, a patio, and a television in the lobby. There are multiple large conference rooms, billiards, laundry facilities, and secure parking. Guests enjoy complimentary shuttle service throughout the resort and have access to ski storage. There are ski equipment rental shops nearby. Fitness rooms, pools, and outdoor spa tubs are also available.
- Outdoor pool
- Concierge services
- Fitness facilities
- Free use of nearby fitness center
- Ski shuttle
- Conference space
- Multilingual staff
- Front desk (limited hours)
- Shopping on site
- Laundry facilities
- Television in lobby
- Fireplace in lobby
- Coffee/tea in lobby
- Ski storage
- Smoke-free property
- Full-service spa
- Free self parking
Free self parking
- Pay movies
- Climate control
- Coffee/tea maker
- Weekly housekeeping provided
- Free toiletries
- Hair dryer
- Iron/ironing board
- Sofa bed
- Rollaway/extra beds available
- Cribs/infant beds available
Where to Eat
The Keystone Resort offers a wide variety of dining experiences. Some highlights are listed below.
Der Fondue Chessel - Travel by gondola to the top of North Peak for an authentic Bavarian-style raclette and fondue experience, complete with live Austrian musicians who will have you dancing on the tables.
Keystone Stables - A horse-pulled wagon/sleigh ride takes you guests through the Soda Creek Valley to this rustic homestead, where an authentic cowboy dinner and songs await.
Keystone Ranch - Fine dining and rustic elegance in an original 1930s ranch homestead. AAA Four Diamond restaurant spotlighting game and other Colorado foods.
Alpenglow Stube - Ski in for lunch, or travel by gondola for dinner to the top of North Peak, get comfortable in cozy slippers upon arrival, and enjoy Bavarian-style fine dining with amazing views at 11,000 feet.
Ski Tip Lodge - Former 1800s stagecoach stop transformed into a bed and breakfast, serving a rotating four-course dinner menu.
Bighorn Steakhouse/Tenderfoot Lounge - Casual steakhouse and lounge with fireplace where guests can watch a game or just relax with a drink.
Nearby Things to Do
The Summit Express chairlift and River Run Gondola are 1-3 blocks from River Run buildings. All of the condo buildings have outdoor pools and spa tubs on site or access to the pool at an adjacent building. Guests receive complimentary Play for Free vouchers for night skiing on night of arrival, ice skating, and Nordic center trail access. The Keystone Resort has 2 world-class golf courses, The Ranch and The River, both challenging and scenic.
The area offers year-round outdoor fun. Besides skiing and snowboarding, winter sports include snow tubing, sleigh rides, snow cat tours, ice skating, and ski biking. During the warmer months there is hiking, horseback riding, biking, whitewater rafting, fishing, and the Kidtopia Play Park.
The Breckenridge Golf Course, a 27-hole course designed by Jack Nicklaus, is 11 miles (17.7 kilometers) west of Keystone. The Dillon Dam Recreation Area, 6 miles (9.7 kilometers) west of Keystone, offers boating, sailing, camping, canoeing, fishing, and Nordic skiing. The Breckenridge and Silverthorne recreation centers have indoor pools, basketball courts, skateboard parks, indoor climbing, tennis courts, and fitness programs.
The village is nestled at the base of Dercum, 1 of 3 mountains that comprise Keystone, which has a summit elevation of 12,408 feet (3,782 meters) and gets 230 inches (5.8 meters) of snow annually. The resort offers 3,148 total acres with 135 trails: 19 percent beginner, 32 percent more difficult and 49 percent most difficult. These are accessible by 20 lifts, including 2 gondolas. Keystone is known for the largest night-skiing operation in the state, and lifts turn until 8 PM for an 11.5-hour ski day.
Breckenridge is 7 miles (11.2 kilometers) away, with a summit elevation of 12,408 feet (3,782 meters) and an average of 300 inches (7.6 meters) of snow annually. Breckenridge consists of 4 interconnected mountains — Peaks 7, 8, 9, and 10, each with its own personality — that encompass 2,358 acres, including 4 terrain parks, 4 half-pipes, and 772 acres of bowls. The resort's 155 trails are 52 percent expert/advanced, 33 percent intermediate, and 15 percent beginner; they are accessible by 31 lifts.
Other shuttle-accessible Summit County resorts are Arapahoe Basin and Copper Mountain. A-Basin, as it's known locally, is 13,050 feet (3,977 meters). Its 69 trails are reached by 6 lifts, and the terrain park, Mutha' Hucker, is one of the highest in North America. A-Basin's season extends from October through June, depending on weather and snow. Copper Mountain has 125 trails accessible by 22 lifts. It also features terrain parks for adults and children, and jib parks, including Night Rider, open evenings on Fridays.
The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or near the hotel; fees may apply.
- Golfing nearby
- Downhill skiing nearby
- Cross-country skiing nearby
- Snowboarding nearby
- Snowmobiling nearby
- Snowshoeing nearby
- Rafting nearby
- Kayaking nearby
- Sailing nearby
- Bicycle rentals nearby
- Hiking/biking trails nearby
- Mountain biking nearby
- Ski lessons available nearby
- Ski equipment rental shops nearby
- Golf lessons available nearby
- Sledding nearby
- Snow tubing nearby
- Rock climbing nearby
- Steam room in spa
- Sauna in spa
- Spa tub in spa
Check-in time starts at 4 PM
Special check-in instructions:
Special Instructions: Please contact the property at least 48 hours before arrival to make arrangements for check-in.
Check-out time is 11 AM
You need to know
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
- Resort fee: USD 15 per accommodation, per night
- Pool access
- Spa tub access
- Shuttle service
- Business center/computer access
- Internet access
- Phone calls
- In-room coffee
- Self parking
- Additional inclusions