About Keystone, Colorado
Laid-back mountain playground that offers something for the whole family. Keystone offers tons of year-around mountain adventures/activities and has an extensive village with a variety of shopping and dining options.
The lifts at Keystone spin year-round providing 3,000 acres of skiable terrain in the winter and hundreds of miles of lift access mountain biking and hiking trails in the summer.
128 marked runs in scenic Colorado terrain
State of the art snow making technology allowing the ski area to open earlier and close later
Keystone offers the longest ski day in Colorado, with multiple lighted runs to enjoy even after the sun goes down
One of the burliest CO lift access bike parks that allows you to challenge your skills
36 hole golf course
Upscale village with tons of restaurants, bars, and shops
In 1967 the first 500 acres of the ski resort were acquired. Keystone opened three years later in 1970 and the lift tickets only cost $5! Keystone has been steadily expanding since and now ranks as one of the largest ski resorts in Colorado offering plenty of terrain for skiers and riders of all ability levels. Even with its expansion however, Keystone has still been able to maintain family atmosphere that makes this mountain town so special.