#Keystone Ski Resort
Keystone has something to offer everyone. Skiers of all levels will delight in the deep, dry powder and non-skiers can appreciate the snowmobiling tours, snow tubing, horse drawn sleigh rides, snow shoeing, yoga, ice skating, and cross country skiing.
The terrain at Keystone varies from wide open groomed runs, to gladed trails, steep moguls, fast chutes, and superb powder bowls dispersed among the resort’s three mountain peaks: Dercum Mountain, North Peak, and The Outback. Advanced and expert skiers can access challenging terrain above the tree line with a nice hike or a speedy snow cat ride. Most of the bowls, like Independence and Bergman, are completely wide open, steep, and packed with fresh powder. The Outback Express chairlift speeds skiers and snowboarders up to steep and narrow black diamond chutes without an extra hike. The Santiago Express Chairlift offers mogul fanatics a run at Powder Cap, Cat Dancer, and Ambush trails all boasting huge bumps.
The rest of the resort is extremely accessible and open to intermediate skiers and snowboarders. All will enjoy cruising the resort’s wide groomed trails. The Outback Express Chair offers the resort’s steepest intermediate trails such as Porcupine, Wildwood, and Elk. These fast gladed runs are a great place push your comfort zone and test your limits after a generous snowfall.
Keystone also offers night skiing and keeps its huge terrain park, A51, open until 9pm. The A51 Terrain Park, complete with huge jumps, rails, boxes, one halfpipe, and a giant superpipe, is the largest in the entire state of Colorado.
- Summit: 12,200 feet
- Base: 9,300 feet
- Vertical Drop: 2,900 feet
- Lifts: 21
- Skiable Area: 1,861 acres
- Annual Snowfall: 230 inches