Trapper’s Crossing is a small neighborhood just east of the River Run Village here in Keystone. There is something about lodging in a small woodsy village, away from all the noise, that people really like about Trappers Crossing. Although you are less than a mile from the gondola and all of Keystone’s finest restaurants, you really feel like you have the whole town to yourself and are truly in the mountains!
Trappers Crossing #8753 is a lovely 2 bedroom townhome that has more then enough amenities for a family or friends getaway. This spacious townhome sleeps 6 people comfortably. One of the best features of this rental home is the incredible upper level deck! This great private deck is perfect for grilling on a summer afternoon and soaking in the cool Colorado mountain air, taking in the views. With amazing forest and mountain views, large vaulted ceilings, and gorgeous woodwork, this property is a true Colorado home.
The open layout of this home will provide your group with an ample amount of room for relaxation and activities. Whether you want to warm your toes by the fireplace, watch a movie with your friends, or play a board game with your children, this living room will make you feel right at home.
The spacious kitchen allows more than one person to help cook and comes fully equipped so your family has the ability to make any meal you would like. Not only is it fun to cook for all your friends after a long day, it will save you a huge chunk of change by not eating out every night during your vacation. Another added bonus is the private laundry in this property. You also have access to the shared hot tubs at Trapper’s Crossing. There is a shuttle stop at the entrance of the complex and it is just a short ride into River Run to hit the slopes or grab a bite to eat.
The Master bedroom features an ensuite bathroom and Queen size bed. The guest bedroom also has a Queen bed, making it a good option for couples traveling together. There is also a pullout sofa sleeper in the living room.
This is one of those properties that is amazing year round. Obviously, most people travel to Keystone in the winter to explore the numerous snowy activities we offer. A lot of people are starting to realize that the summer is just as fun here in the Colorado Rockies. Trapper’s Crossing is within walking distance to hiking trails as well as the Keystone Bike Path. The activities are endless, the weather is almost always beautiful, and best of all, the town is nice and quiet. No matter when you are planning a trip to Keystone, be sure to keep Trappers Crossing in East Keystone mind.