With three mountains to explore, Keystone and is one of the most kid-friendly ski resorts in the world offering family friendly apres-ski activities, the world’s largest snow fort combined with a simple Kids Ski Free program. Keystone is a winter wonderland for the young and young at heart for those lucky enough to arrive via Interstate 70 a short 90 minutes from Denver International Airport.
Beginners and intermediates head to Dercum Mountain with spectacular views of the The Mile range. On North Peak you’ll find blue bumps and black runs and great dining at The Outpost. The third peak is the Outback offering expert terrain. A day of cat skiing is also available in the upper bowls when the, light dry powder snow is fresh and deep.
Keystone lights up at night with with their expansive night skiing terrain assuming you have some energy still to burn from the day! Kids rule at night ask well with the daily Kidtopia events from December to April including weekly parades, scavenger hunts, concerts and more.
For the terrain junkies, Keystone’s A51 Terrain park with over 100 features spread over five distinct areas it the place to be where you just might see some world class pros training for their next competition.
Keystone Ski Resort offers two villages, River Run and Lakeside, with hotel rooms to large condominiums that are great for groups of all sizes. Keystone offers many unique dining experiences including dining at 3,500 meters at the Aplenglow Stube high atop North Peak to the Ski Tip Lodge Restaurant elegantly located in a converted 1800’s stage coach stop.
Day and night skiing, ice skating, shopping, dining, spas and family fun, fun, fun make for a truly memorable Keystone holiday experience.
Owned and operated by Vail Resorts, you can ski and ride Keystone on an Epic Pass.