Keystone


Keystone Ski Resort, situated in Keystone of Colorado, was established in 1970 and has grown into a world-class ski resort. Stretching across three mountains, a ski season that lasts eight months, skiing for 12 hours a day and excellent facilities, Colorado’s Keystone Ski Resort has everything a vacationer could want.

Keystone Resort’s three mountains of Outback, Dercum and North Peak provide snow sport enthusiasts with 2 227 acres of ski terrain and a total vertical of 3 128 feet. Keystone’s 117 trails are ideal for skiers and snowboarders of all levels, and are categorized as follows: 19% beginner, 32% intermediate and 49% advanced. The longest run measures an impressive 3,5 miles. A network of 19 lifts, including 2 gondolas, carry sportsmen/women up the slopes and between the three mountains of Keystone Ski Resort. Snowboarders are permitted throughout the ski resort, but will particularly enjoy the A51 Terrain Park and Superpipe. The Keystone Cross Country Center provides Nordic skiers with a total of 73km of trails. Learn how to tackle the slopes with the Keystone Resort snowboard school and skiing lessons. Just picture yourself being carried up one of the Keystone mountain sides. You hop off, looking out at the beautiful white landscape of this stunning winter playground, then you carefully consider the run you are about to take. Pushing off, the excitement begins. Every run is memorable.

If you would like to take a break from the ski runs, Keystone Ski Resort offers a variety of other great activities such as ice skating, snowmobiling, sleigh rides, scenic gondola rides, shopping, indoor tennis and exercise at the fitness center. A number of entertaining events are organized all through the season.

Colorado’s Keystone Ski Resort is an all-round vacation destination that goes beyond exquisite skiing and exciting activities, it also makes available a number of services and facilities. From equipment rental to grocery stores and medical services, Keystone Resort provides visitors with all they need. The three villages of Mountain House, Lakeside and River Run open up a diversity of accommodation and dining options to all. When hunger strikes, try out these great dining venues: Keystone Ranch, Alpenglow Stube, Campeaux, Ski Tip Lodge, Der Fondu Chessel, Summit Seafood Company, Big Horn Steakhouse, Dos Locos, Snake River Saloon and many more. Accommodation of all varieties is also abundant at Keystone Ski Resort. Consider accommodation such as Settlers Creek Townhomes, Brom House, Lone Eagle Condominiums, The Springs, Riverbank Condominiums, Inn at Keystone, Cateaux Du’Mont, Hidden River Lodge, The Seasons, Cabin in the Pines, Deneen House, Knight House and so much more.

As a four-season destination, Keystone Resort offers a great selection on summer activities such as golf, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, rafting, fly-fishing, festivals, concerts, films and so on. With so much to do, excellent ski slopes, brilliant facilities and a welcoming atmosphere, Keystone Ski Resort should be your number one vacation destination.