With numerous winter activities, lively village life and award-winning dinning, Keystone is the perfect place for you to celebrate adventure and create lasting memories.
- Three mountains and 5 bowls including great tree skiing
- Guided snow cat tours to Keystones most challenging terrain
- Award winning dining
- Exceptional grooming on all 3 mountains
- Longest ski day in Colorado – 9am – 9pm
- 2 ski in – walk to lift villages
|Top Elevation||3,782 Metres|
|Base Elevation||2,829 Metres|
|Vertical Drop||953 Metres|
|Skiable Terrain||3,148 Acres|
|Ave Annual Snowfall||597 cms|
|Ski in / Ski out||Yes|
At Keystone there is more to offer than just world-class skiing and snowboarding. From ice skating to Nordic skiing, snowmobiling to scenic gondola rides, wine tasting to tubing, or snowshoeing to sleigh rides, there’s something for everyone at Keystone.
One of Colorado’s best tubing spots is at the summit of Dercum Mountain at Adventure Point. Kids of all ages, plus Mum and Dad, will enjoy spinning, circling and flying down the track. Perhaps the best feature of the tubing spot is that a surface lift tows you and your little ones back to the top!
Ice Skating & Hockey
Keystone’s Lakeside Village has the largest outdoor skating rink in North America. Kids of all ages are welcome to join in a hockey game, or just enjoy gliding around the lake. Young ones in particular will delight in the Glow Bug Skate Nights: every Monday night children are provided with free glow sticks and necklaces for some night skating.
The Keystone Nordic Center offers a variety of programmes for kids, adults and families alike. Nordic skiing is a great way to see the mountains and experience nature at a slower pace. It’s also something the entire family can enjoy together – regardless of experience level.
Scenic Gondola Rides
Take a scenic gondola ride to visit North Peak and The Outback. Gondola’s are a safe way to get a peek at the peaks without having to navigate advanced and expert terrain.
A perfect way to explore the rustic side of Keystone, and a sure way to delight even the youngest members of your family. Take a scenic horse-drawn sleigh ride or dinner sleigh ride to the back Ranch cabins and enjoy a festive western-style dinner while a cowboy strums a guitar.
This is an exhilarating sport for families with older children and teenagers.
Snowshoeing is a great way to get your family out to enjoy nature and learn about the Rockies. Whether you want to strike out on your own or enjoy a guided tour, the Nordic Center can provide you with all the gear and instruction you need for an enjoyable time.
In addition to being home to boating, bike rentals, and ice skating, the Adventure Center in Lakeside Village has a collection of arcade games. With 10 games, kids of all ages can have some off-mountain fun.
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