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What's up at Keystone

Keystone Resort: Did you know that Keystone is the largest ski resort in Summit County? Owned by Vail Resorts, Keystone consists of three mountains — Dercum Mountain, North Peak, and the Outback –  with terrain for skiers and riders of all levels. Five bowls provide plenty of advanced skiing, and you can experience the backcountry by either hiking or paying $5 a ride for snowcat service to the top of the North and South bowls. Keystone is also the largest operation in Colorado to offer night skiing. Find great deals on both group and individual Keystone Resort lift ticket discounts at GetSkiTickets.com!

Snow & Resort Stats

Snow report for Keystone:

Closed for Snow Sports

Last available report: April 21, 2014, 12:58 pm

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Snow Last 48 Hours Lifts Open
0" 0 of 20
Last Snows Trails Open
1" (Apr 16, ) 1" (Apr 14, ) 0 of 135

Lift Elevation: 12408ft / 3782m

Vertical Drop: 3128ft / 953m

Base Elevation: 9280ft / 2829m


Skier & Rider Resort Reviews For Keystone

2 reviews on “Keystone

  1. Pros : Great village and family friendly
    Cons : Tends to be icier than other resorts

    Keystone is one of my favorites to go to. They have awesome night skiing available, tubing, ice skating and tons more. I really love the fondue place at the top of the gondola. It makes for a fun adventure to dinner with great food and the chicken dance!

  2. Pros : Fun mountain with two gondolas and a sick terrain park
    Cons : The snow is finicky and crowds can be insane.

    Keystone is a fun mountain when they have snow, but it’s not always predictable. It seems like Vail Pass captures a lot of the snow that’s should hit Keystone. They’ve got great bump runs and tree skiing in the outback. Lift lines can get crazy on weekends.

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