Keystone Ski Resort
Keystone is spread across three mountains. Each mountain takes you further into the wilderness, away from the resort. The skiing is less crowded the further you go. It is a large resort that offers 20 lifts and terrain for all abilities, making it ideal for families.
Summit’s largest ski area, at 3,148 acres. It boasts three spectacular peaks, Dercum Mountain, North Peak, and The Outback. Night skiing is available on weekends and holidays.
Decorum Mountain’s first mountain has beginner and cruiser runs. North Peak is a slightly more difficult terrain area, with moguls as well as steep runs. The Outback is located at the back, where the resort’s highest peak is just under 12,000 feet. This area is ideal for advanced and intermediate skiers and boarders.
Keystone recently replaced the old quad Peru chair with a six-passenger version. This will improve uphill capacity by 25% and significantly increase skier flow to the Mountain House area.
Construction on a six-passenger lift has begun in Bergman Bowl. This will create 555 acres of new land and 16 new trails. It is expected to open in January 2023.
The resort also offers cat skiing which allows you to access a variety of bowls. Keystone Resort is also home to Colorado’s longest night skiing day, thanks to its night-skiing schedule.
Keystone is home to two villages, River Run and Lakeside. River Run Village at the base is the main village. This is where skiers go to get their adrenaline pumping. You can enjoy a wide range of casual dining options after a hard day on the slopes.
It is easy to park here and it is free. This makes it easier and cheaper than other resorts like Vail.
Lakeside Village, like its name, is built around a small lake. It turns into a large skating rink when it freezes in winter. The lake is surrounded by condos, shops, and restaurants.
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