Skiing and Snowboarding:
Keystone is the largest resort in Summit County and offers all different types of terrain from one of the country’s best terrain parks, A51, to over 3,000 acres of groomed trails, bowls and steeps for skiers and riders of all ability levels. Keystone is also a great place for families to ski with the Kids Ski Free program. Need Ski Rentals in Keystone? Click here to rent now!
Keystone Resort offers night skiing in Colorado. When the other mountains are closed, you can get some more runs and turns in. Night skiing is one of the most unique adventures Keystone offers and usually has shorter lift lines. The lift typically stay open until 8pm and the resort offers night tubing for those who were able to get in enough turns during the day. Just imagine skiing under the moonlight!
Discover the Colorado backcountry with snowmobile tours in Keystone. See breathtaking views of the Continental Divide and some of Colorado’s tallest mountains. There is no better way to explore fresh powder than on a snowmobile. This is a true Colorado adventure for you and the whole family. There are different type snowmobile trips you can take with guides depending on ability levels. If you are comfortable on a snowmobile, rentals in Keystone are also available.
The Keystone Nordic Center provides miles of groom trails for snowshoeing in Keystone. Snowshoeing is a great activity for the whole family. Don’t worry if you have never tried it before. Once you start exploring the trails you will love being out in the open-air seeing mountain views. The Nordic center also offers access to the White River National Forest.
Not looking to hit the slopes on the mountain? Cross-Country skiing in Keystone is a great alternative to still get skis under your feet. The Keystone Nordic Center offers over 9 miles of trails to explore and also provides access to the White River National Forest. If you’ve never been cross-country skiing the Nordic center offers lessons and special programs. Get out there and explore!