Keystone offers a true resort experience, rich with skiing and snowboarding options, three mountains to ski and ride on plus big back bowls delivering expansive terrain accessible by a SnowCAT. The resort is separated into three mountain areas where you’ll find long beginner and intermediate runs, a playground for powderhounds and top-ranked terrain parks for freestylers, shredders and jibbers. All these areas are accessible from the main River Run Village and an eight-passenger gondola that will whisk you to the top where you will find a special treat, whether on foot or on skis. A great part of Keystone’s appeal comes from the big sky views from the top elevation of 11,640 feet, reaching out to the Gore and Ten Mile Ranges surrounding Summit County. You’ll never get tired of these breathtaking views.
Keystone boasts 3,087 acres serviced by 20 lifts, making it the largest resort in Summit County. It is also known as a family-friendly resort because of the Kidtopia program that offers an extensive schedule of kid camps, festivals and activities. And there’s more! When you are having such an epic day on the mountain and you don’t want it to end, Keystone offers Colorado’s longest ski day, operating for night skiing during the high season. The main River Run village becomes the center of activity in the summer, and people visit from all around to enjoy biking, hiking, music and wine and food tasting events. Hotels, lodges, condos and homes are plentiful for rent all year round in the resort villages, on the Keystone lake or golf courses or just a little outside the base area in a serene forested setting. Complete information on Keystone is just a click away!