KEYSTONE SKI RESORT

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When it comes to skiing, Keystone Ski Resort is one of the best places to hit the slopes. Located in Colorado, Keystone is home to some of the best skiing in the country. With its three mountains – Dercum Mountain, North Peak, and The Outback – Keystone has something for everyone, from beginner to expert.

What makes Keystone so great for skiing is its variety of terrain. Dercum Mountain is perfect for beginners and those looking to cruise down the slopes. North Peak is ideal for those who want a little more challenge, with its steeper trails. And The Outback is perfect for experts, with its deep powder and tree-lined runs.

But it’s not just the terrain that makes Keystone such a great place to ski. The resort also offers a variety of amenities, from ski school to restaurants. Keystone is just a 90-minute drive from Denver and home to three magnificent mountain playgrounds: Dercum Mountain, North Peak and The Outback. There’s something special for every skier and rider of any level at each mountain. There are more than 3,000 vertical feet and over 3,000 acres of bowls, bumps, glades, steeps and groomers to be experienced.

Keystone offers more than 1,500 lodging choices to fit almost any budget ranging from cosy bed & breakfast rooms and luxurious private homes to spacious condominiums with gourmet kitchens. Every lodging guest that stays at a Keystone-owned and operated property receives an Adventure Passport loaded with one-time coupons for free activities and adventures throughout the resort.

There’s no shortage of things to do when the sun goes down in Keystone. Whether you’re looking for a lively night out or a more relaxed evening, you’ll find plenty of options to choose from. For a night on the town, head to one of Keystone’s many bars and clubs. dance the night away at the Snake River Saloon, or catch some live music at the Blue Moose Tavern. If you’re looking for a more low-key evening, there are plenty of options for that, too. Grab a bite to eat at one of Keystone’s many restaurants, or take in a movie at the theater. You can also enjoy a quiet night walks around the resort, or stargazing from one of the many hot tubs. No matter what your plans are, you’re sure to have a great time when the sun goes down in Keystone.

Mountain Terrain:

Beginner

12%

Intermediate

39%

Advanced

49%

Summit Elevation:

3,782 m (12,408 ft)

Vertical Drop:

953 m (3.128 ft)

Skiable Area:

3,149 acres

Average Snowfall:

597 cm

Snowboarders:

Snowboarder Friendly

Lift Information:

  • 1 8pers. Gondola 
  • 1 6pers. Gondola
  • 3 6pers. high-speed detachable chairs
  • 3 high-speed detachable quads
  • 1 Fixed-grip quad
  • 1 Fixed-grip triple
  • 1 Fixed-grip double
  • 8 People movers/carpets
  • 2 Snowcats for Cat-Skiing

Trails:

130 runs. Longest run: 3.5 miles

Notes:

A51 terrain park. Spread across 5 different areas. Award-winning terrain park. 

Photo courtesy of Vail Resorts