Piste Fact File On Keystone
- Resort height – 2385m
- Highest lift – 3718m
- Number of lifts – 22
- Cross country – 40km
- Longest run – 4.8km
Beginners – Keystone has a good choice of gentle green slopes available for beginners. The long slopes can be done at any pace and are ideal for improving the skiing basics.
Intermediates – Keystone has a wide choice of runs for intermediate skiers, from long blue cruisers and gladed runs to the more advanced, challenging slopes.
Advanced – Experienced skiers will find challenging moguls and steep runs in Keystone, especially with the variety of mountain slopes on offer.
Snowboarding – Snowboarders can test their skill on the super pipe in Keystone as well as the terrain park that has features for all abilities. With the well-groomed terrain and open slopes on offer freeriders will consider Keystone the perfect destination.
Après Ski – Keystone offers a wide selection of bars and restaurants that feature a variety of entertainment. There are also plenty of activities to try, such as ice skating, sleigh rides, shopping, cross country skiing and night skiing.
Transfers – Keystone is situated approximately 2hrs from Denver.