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The Original Ski Holiday Since 1932

Keystone

Resort features: 
Beginner skiers
Intermediate skiers
Advanced skiers
Snowboarders
Family resort

Overview

Keystone is an ideal family destination. Located only an hour and a half from Denver, it boasts the largest night skiing operation in North America. With an 11 hour skiing day on most days, the only problem you’ll have is finding time to enjoy the many off-slope activities.

Facilities

Keystone is traditionally a family resort, offering a variety of lodging options from secluded areas set back in the trees, to the pedestrian village of River Run with its wide selection of bars, restaurants and shops. There are a huge amount of off-slope activities, such as a tubing hill, scenic sleigh rides, wine tasting, tennis centre, not to mention North America’s largest outdoor maintained ice rink on Keystone Lake. The local town of Silverthorne is just 6 miles away and non-skiers can shop till they drop at the factory outlet stores, offering excellent value on big name brands.

Facilities for children

There are children’s centres at both the River Run and Mountain House base areas. For older children, the Ski & Ride School offer a comprehensive programme of children’s lessons. There are many fun and educational activities for children, such as stargazing and stories around the campfire.

Accommodation in this resort

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Special offers

We currently have no featured offers for this resort; however, there may still be discounts available on selected dates. Please visit our ski deals section for information on all our current special offers.

Mountain info

Keystone’s three interlinked mountains offer a wide variety of beginner, intermediate and advanced runs. Dercum Mountain contains the majority of beginner to intermediate terrain and is home to Keystone’s night skiing area. North Peak and the Outback offer some challenging intermediate to advanced terrain; from here, a short hike gives access to Keystone’s North and South bowls for some excellent gladed tree runs. If you don’t fancy hiking the bowls, why not take advantage of the Outback Snowcat shuttle service or Keystone Adventure Tours, who offer guided Snowcat tours for a small charge. The Area 51 snowboard park also offers a huge amount of jumps and rails, and a superpipe.

Mountain stats

Resort Altitude: 2835m

Summit Elevation: 3,782m / 12,408ft

Vertical Drop: 953m /3,128ft

Total Pistes: 3,148 acres

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Number of Lifts: 20

Snow Parks: 1

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Travel info

Getting to Keystone
By Air:
Denver International Airport - 90 miles (1 hr 30 m transfer time)
Transfers:
Unless otherwise specified, transfers will be included in the price of you ski holiday package.  Transfers from Denver are arranged through Colorado Mountain Express, who have over 20 years of experience in mountain travel.  Transfers will be by shared shuttle; however, please contact us if you would prefer the comfort and convenience of a private charter, which can be arranged at a supplement.
By Car:
From Denver take Interstate 70 west to Silverthorne/Dillon exit #205. At the end of the exit ramp turn left (East) at the stop light onto Highway 6. Travel 6.2 miles into Keystone Resort.
 
Car Hire: 
If you would prefer the flexibility and freedom of a rental vehicle during your stay, please contact us for a quotation.  We are able to pre-book a range of vehicles, all including unlimited mileage, collision damage waiver and all airport taxes & fees.
 

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