Located along the banks of the Crystal River in the shadows of the mighty Mount Sopris lies the tiny mountain hamlet of Redstone. With fewer than 200 residents, Redstone is one of the last vestiges of small town Colorado. It has no grocery, no gas station, no stoplights and no cell phone reception. But its Main Street (“The Avenue”) is dotted with colorful Victorians, charming shops and eateries, like the Redstone General Store where fresh baked cookies are served hot and ice cream cones cold in the summer. Just 13 miles from Carbondale and the Aspen Valley, Redstone is away from it all but close enough to a world-class resort to have upscale amenities just down the road. Historic Victorians to riverfront and views, Redstone is a slice of paradise.