SKI KEYSTONE. Pure. Simple. Pleasure.
The best way to experience a Rocky Mountain ski vacation is by visiting Keystone Resort, Colorado. Keystone has three mountains and two villages to travel around. Dercum Mountain is great for beginners and intermediates, while intermediates and advanced riders will love North Peak an the Outback. Keystone also features the biggest night skiing in Colorado. Keystone also has snowtubing, sleigh rids ,and ice skating. During the summer months, ther’s whitewater raftingt,horseback riding,hiking,mountain biking and festivals.No matter what time of year you decide to visit Keystone, you will experience a lifetime of memories. In fact, you’ll want to visit again and again.
With Keystone’s three mountains (most places would be happy to have any one ofthem), there’s skiing and riding for everyone. Keystone boasts bumps, glades,bowls, steeps, groomed trails, and terrain parks. That’s right. The expandedA51 Terrain Park is back with new fun boxes and more hits, along with thereconfigured beginner park, A51 Incubator. This is the place to be for thenewest freeskiers and freeriders that want to learn and practice techniquebefore progressing to the bigger features. Need the skills to hang in thepark? Keystone University offers lessons to help skiers and riders along onthe learning curve.
For those winter sports enthusiasts that just aren’t ready to call it a daywhen the sun goes down, don’t worry. Keystone owns the night. Keystone hasbragging rights as Colorado’s largest night skiing operation. With the entire66-acre A51 under lights, the park is now one of the largest night parks inNorth America. In addition, there’s 15 trails and our tubing hill, AdventurePoint, all lit up so you can ski, ride, tube or snowbike to your heart’scontent,or 8 p.m., whichever comes first.
Mountain Biking at Keystone- World Class Downhill and Hundreds of Miles of Trails
The Keystone Bike Track consists of some of the country’s best downhill trails with progressive terrain for riders of all abilities. Take your bike up a chairlift and gain access to some of Colorado’s most exhilarating expert downhill challenges with rock gardens, rock drops and high-speed features. Beginner and intermediate bikers can enjoy roller coaster rides over bridges and berms without the steepness or rock gardens you’ll find in other areas of the park. And, Keystone is the hub for hundreds of miles of world-class single track. The Keystone Bike Park trails combined with the trails branching from the Colorado Trail provide seemingly endless riding opportunities.
Keystone Takes Golf to New Elevations
Golf in the Colorado Rockies couldn’t get any better than what Keystone has to offer at Keystone Ranch and The River Course. But if you find 36 holes on your own is not enough, try a clinic to perfect your short game – a free activity included on the Adventure Passport. Take advantage of the affordable golf and lodging packages at Keystone and play our championship golf courses that overlook picturesque Dillon Reservoir, the Continental Divide, and majestic Buffalo Mountain. Keystone Resort received three consecutive Silver Medals from Golf Magazine as one of America’s Best Golf Resorts and was named as one of the nation’s Top 75 Golf Resorts by Golf Digest.
Keystone Ranch Golf Course
This course is known not only for its challenging holes, but also for the views. With vistas of the Gore Range, the Keystone Ranch Golf Course winds through lodgepole pines, around sage meadows and across a nine-acre lake. It is widely regarded as one of the most spectacular courses in the country.Robert Trent Jones, Jr. was the mastermind behind the par-72 course, which takes a Scottish links-style design on the front nine and a traditional mountain valley layout on the back nine. A historic ranch homestead lies at the center of the golf course, housing a AAA Four-Diamond TM restaurant and the golf clubhouse.
The River Course at Keystone
The highly acclaimed River Course premiered in 2000 and six years of play have made it that much better. Not only has the course grown into its setting, but its fairways and greens have also matured. The first tee features a 100-foot drop, while the rest of the front nine provides water hazards and wide, open fairways. The back nine features dramatic elevation changes and views of Lake Dillon, the Gore Range and Buffalo Mountain. Golf course architects Dr. Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry designed The River Course with environmental sensitivity and playability in mind. They preserved wildlife corridors and wetlands, while minimizing runoff and erosion and incorporating native plants. And they included five sets of tee boxes on every hole. Both golfers and native wildlife have benefited from the thoughtful design of The River Course.
Keystone Resort is comprised of three incredible and unique mountains – Dercum Mountain, North Peak and The Outback. Each mountain offers some of the best terrain Colorado has to offer steeps, bowls, bumps, glades, rails, hits, lights – you name it – Keystone has it.
- 2,870 acres
- 3,128 vertical feet
- 19 Lifts including 2 gondolas, 1 express six-pack and 5 high speed quads.
- Night skiing
- Tree skiing
- A51 Terrain Park
- Alpine bowl skiing