Summer Fun in Summit County

Among Keystone Resort’s plethora of guest amenities is a fabulous new 10,000-square foot spa that’s beautifully steeped in body healing relaxation and tranquility. Treatments range from wraps and waxes to “journeys” combining several signature spa treatments (i.e. exfoliating sugar scrub, customized massage, customized facial, manicure and pedicure) all on the same day. With programs for men and women, the spa takes serentity seriously.

The Key to the County

Boating on Lake Dillon ranks among Summit County’s quintessential summer pursuits. So does biking around it, especially because the trail leads along the Snake River to Keystone Resort’s myriad attractions and activites. There’s golf, of course, and the fun restaurants and shops in River Run. But there’s also horseback riding, summer snow tubing, chairlifts up Keystone Mountain. Of note, fat-tire aficionados will love Keystone’s Bike Park and its mountain-bike terrain rated from greens to blues to blacks, as well as more than 100 miles of single track.

Local Knowledge

Generally regarded as Keystone’s best après-ski bar and grill, the hip but casual Kickapoo Tavern is famous for build-your-own burgers, singular appetizers, attentive servers and a prime location in River Run Village.

With over 200 quaint shops lining Main Street, there’s no shortage of shopping in Breckenridge. From handmade soaps to funky women’s fashions to sporting goods to authentic Navajo weavings, Breck has it all.

Frisco’s laid-back hospitality complements its natural beauty. Explore Frisco Bay Marina at Lake Dillon and Main Street’s boutiques and restaurants. Hike and bike the Summit County’s path system. And, yes, there’s so much more.

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