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Trappers Crossing Condominiums

21996 US Highway 6, Keystone, CO 80435-6004
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#28 of 53 Specialty lodging in Keystone
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Rosemary S wrote a review Jun 2017
Dallas, Texas6 contributions
We were looking for something away from it all but close enough to do things, these condominiums were exactly what we were wanting! The condos are set up in quadruple units, and were easy to access. The condo itself was spacious, and perfectly appointed. It was stocked with everything you could possibly need to be comfortable: a jacuzzi tub in the master bedroom, twin beds in the guest room, humidifiers, extra bedding, washer/dryer, cushions for the outside seating, an Xbox and games, and books and movies. The location was prime, River Run is about a mile away, there are hiking and biking tails, and the river running behind the condo was soothing when the windows were open. The whole complex was quiet and peaceful. It's also pet-friendly, they even include a crate for Fido (though we brought our own). What else can I say except Thank You for making our vacation so enjoyable!
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Traveled with family
Rob Y wrote a review Jan 2017
Melbourne, Australia44 contributions14 helpful votes
Trappers apartment 31 has it all. Views, location, cosy and a spa on the deck. Short walk to the village, easy ski access, clean and warm. We couldn't fault it in any way. Great value. Kitchen is well laid out, cable tv, ski locker and comfortable couch. Ground floor good for tired ski legs.
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Date of stay: January 2017
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Has a view of the mountains, check the room number.
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Cut4Cut4 wrote a review Jul 2016
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8750 is a ground level 2-bedroom lodging. It was clean and had everything you need in the kitchen. We had two famlies staying and there was plenty of room. It was close to everything but nestled enough that when we sat on the outdoor patio we had privacy but cold good views. Highly reccomend for family or a get-away.
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Date of stay: July 2016Trip type: Traveled with family
puigmichaelr wrote a review Aug 2015
Lino Lakes, Minnesota12 contributions1 helpful vote
Spent four nights in Trappers Crossing 8781 which was a one bedroom condominium. Very nice location in that this unit is all the way at the end of the block, bottom floor and has a porch (with grill) that looks out into the forest area. Peaceful and secluded. The condo is well furnished and literally all you need to bring is food and drinks. The living room area is well lit and has three large windows that let the breeze in and keeps nature (bugs) out. As a summer retreat for us, this condo made it a truly amazing experience. There are many activities that are very close to explore to fill the day with the guarantee of a peaceful relaxing night back in the condo.
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Date of stay: August 2015
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: 8781 was very secluded. The most secluded unit would have been 8782.
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Tallmaple wrote a review Jan 2015
Houston, Texas4 contributions38 helpful votes
We spent five nights between Christmas and New Year's Day at Trappers Crossing #8773. The condo comfortably slept 10 people, and it was nicely decorated and the kitchen was stocked with everything we needed (except groceries). It was extremely cold outside, but the condo stayed nice and warm throughout. There was a convenient ski closet outside above the stairs, and it included 3 sleds that the kids used on the hill behind the condo. We would definitely recommend this property to anyone skiing at Keystone, which was just a 3 minute drive away. The Keystone shuttle stop is just 100 yards from the condo, and runs every 20 minutes to the ski base areas. Our biggest complaint, however, is that the shuttle that serves Trappers Crossing, aka the East Shuttle or Pink Shuttle, stops running at 5:00pm. All the rest of the shuttles keep running until midnight. It means that if you want to night ski or dine/shop at the River Run base area after dark, you will need to drive.
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Date of stay: December 2014
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Trip type: Traveled with family
US$222 - US$844 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Trappers Crossing Condominiums
Which popular attractions are close to Trappers Crossing Condominiums?
Nearby attractions include Loveland Pass (1.7 km), Sapphire Point Overlook (7.5 km), and Dillon Reservoir (7.0 km).
What are some restaurants close to Trappers Crossing Condominiums?
Conveniently located restaurants include Sunshine Cafe, Pizza 101, and Ski Tip Lodge, Bed and Breakfast.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Trappers Crossing Condominiums?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Trappers Crossing Condominiums?
Many travellers enjoy visiting High Line Railroad Park (15.6 km).