- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Season Start/End: 11/ 1 - 4/20
|9281ft - 12408ft|
|19%| 32%| 49%| 0%|
|from US$0.00 to US$99.00
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Keystone Resort is one of the closest major resorts to the Denver area, an easy 90-minute drive from Denver International Airport. Part of Vail Resorts, Inc., Keystone is known for its more than 2,800 acres of skiing and riding terrain on three mountains, its snowcat skiing with Keystone Adventure Tours, one of the largest night parks in North America, award-winning restaurants, two golf courses, mountain bike park, and superior conference facilities. Keystone attracts both local and destination skiers and snowboarders. Challenging skiing abounds in the North Peak area. There are plenty of mogul runs. The resort is self-contained and easy to maneuver on skis or as a pedestrian in the village.
Keystone offers many dining options from on-mountain cafeteria style to fine dining. There's live music for apres-ski and Greenlight is Keystone's newest nightclub in River Run Village. Both Lakeside Village and River Run offer shopping in a variety of specialty shops; ski shops are located at both of the mountain base villages. Nursery, child care and children's ski school are available at the mountain for ages two months and up including learn-to-ski programs beginning at age three. The Snake River Health Clinic is located at the base of Mountain House. Ski rentals are available at the base areas; snowshoe and cross-country ski rentals are offered at Keystone's Nordic center. Ski and snowboard lessons are offered through Keystone University for all ability levels, and handicapped programs are available with advance reservations.
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