Truly one of the Rocky Mountains finest resorts, Keystone has everything you are looking for and then some!
Founded back in 1970, Keystone has always been about three things, “Family, Friends, and Fun”. So whether you are looking to play hooky from work for a day or planning a family vacation, you are sure to have a great time. With everything from skiing and ice-skating, to fun après ski spots and luxurious spas, there’s no shortage of things to do.
Serving up 3,148 skiable acres across the biggest mountain in Summit County, you’ll have plenty of room to roam and escape to your happy place. The mountain’s 20 lifts and two gondolas quickly get you to the top of the runs with a minimal wait and little hassle. There’s a little something for all ability levels, with run difficulty ranging from beginner to expert black runs. You will find 131 trails explore, 31 of which are hike-to trails, or you could try and tackle their A51 Terrain Park, which is named one of the best in North America.
And after a full days worth of riding you of course need a place to crash. There are plenty of options for lodging for groups large and small, with condos and vacation rentals that can fit the whole family. When you find time to eat you won’t be disappointed either, as there are tons of great options both on the mountain and off.
Keystone’s two villages have lots to do as well and with so much to choose from you won’t want to leave until you have experience all of it. You can ice skate on one of the largest outdoor ice rinks, go for a sleigh ride, hop in a tube and fly down the mountain, take a dogsled tour, or relax at the spa after enjoying a morning full of fresh powder. You name it and you will most likely find it up at Keystone.
The winter fun is slowly but surely coming to a close so you better hurry and get in a few more runs up at Keystone before it’s too late!