Keystone Ski Resort in Colorado is a complete package when it comes to a fun ski vacation. Between the three mountains of excellent skiing to the wonderful lodging found in their villages this resort has it all. Skiing Magazine says it is the "ultimate all things to all skiers".
When it comes to the skiing Keystone Ski Resort will not leave you wanting anything. They have steeps, moguls, fresh corduroy, terrain parks and open glades. You will find plenty of runs from greens to double blacks. With three peaks to choose from the scenery never gets old. And with their huge night light operation the skiing does not end until late.
There are 135 trails to choose from with 19% for beginners, 32% intermediate and 49% advanced. Access to these runs is made possible by 2 gondolas, 5 high speed quad chair lifts, 1 high speed six person lift, 1 quad chair lift, 1 triple chair lift, 3 double chair lifts, 1 surface lift and 6 carpets. The ski area is usually open for business by November 5th and closes around April 11th.
Cross country enthusiasts will feel at home at the Keystone Nordic Center. Here you will find nine miles of groomed trails with access to another 35 miles in the White River National Forest. The Nordic Center has rentals, lessons and guided tours available. Not only can you cross country ski you could also go snowshoeing or ski skating. How ever you spend the day, end it at the Nordic Soup Bristro for the all you can eat soup buffet.
Airforce skiing at keystone colorado.
Thanks to wikipedia.org for the picture.
Keystone is a year round resort with enough activities to keep the whole family more than happy. The winter months not only offer some of the best skiing in Colorado but also Nordic skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, sleigh rides and tubing. In the summer months you can enjoy golf on one of two award winning golf courses. For bikers and hikers there are nearly sixty miles of trails. You can also try the horseback riding, fishing or white water rafting. When it's time to relax take in a movie or a concert.
Keystone Ski Resort in Colorado is located just ninety miles from the Denver International Airport. If you are flying into town for your ski vacation you can use either the Denver International Airport, the Vail/Eagle County Airport or the Colorado Springs Municipal Airport. Shuttles are abundant to take you from the airports to the resort. Once you are at Keystone you are not stuck there, the Summit Stage takes you all around Summit County including Frisco, Breckenridge, Dillon and Silverthorne.
Lodging at Keystone is as easy as calling 888-222-9285 and let them help you book one of their 1200 different accommodations consisting of hotels and condos. East Keystone is in a forest setting and offers vacation rentals. This is a great place for summer biking and hiking. River Run is the heart of the excitement with festivals, nightlife, boutiques, shops, restaurants and street parties. At the base of Dercum Mountain is the Mountain House, this lodging is very close to the skiing and also the children's ski school. From here you can take the Argentine Lift to the A51 Terrain Park.
Skiing Colorado couple lift.
Thanks to divemasterking2000 at flickr.com for the picture.
Ice skating is a popular winter fun activity at Keystone. Lakeside Village will put you right where the action is and when you need to relax, enjoy drinks and food on the water front at the Edgewater Cafe. North Keystone is in the Tenderfoot Mountain Ridge where you can enjoy hiking or biking on Frey Gulch Road. West Keystone will put you out in the woods but yet close to golf, skiing and everything else offered at Keystone. No matter where you stay the resort shuttle keeps you well connected with the rest of the resort.
Keep Keystone Ski Resort in Colorado on the short list for your next ski trip, or summer get-away, it's never a bad choice.
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