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Keystone Ski Resort

Great Deals on Keystone Hotels, Apartments and Ski Accommodation, Plus Our Comprehensive Keystone Ski Holiday Guide.

One of the world’s highest – and most snowsure - ski areas, Keystone ski resort also boasts the largest night skiing operation in western North America among its many claims to fame. Part of the Vail family of resorts, guests can also ski at neighbouring Arapahoe Basin as well as Vail-owned Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Vail itself.
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Keystone facts

  • Village Height: 2834.6m
  • Avg. annual snowfall: 575cm
  • No. of lifts: 20
  • Season dates: Early Nov - Mid Apr
  • Acreage of terrain: 3148 acres
  • Terrain parks: 2
  • Snow making: 30% / 127 cannons
  • Distance to airports: Denver International 145km
  • Runs: 361564

Keystone Snow report

insider's guide

A mixture of sun, cloud and snow showers


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Piste conditions

Piste conditions
Fresh snow providing some great skiing


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Piste conditions

Piste: Excellent
Off-piste: Fresh
Runs to resort: Excellent


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Piste conditions

Last snowed: 5th Feb
Report date: 5th Feb

Keystone Webcams

  • Dercum Mountain / Frenchman

    Dercum Mountain / Frenchman
    Last update: 09:45 / 08 Feb 16

  • River Run

    River Run
    Last update: 09:45 / 08 Feb 16


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Resort Charm

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Overview of Keystone Ski Resort

With its base at 2835m – more than 500 vertical metres higher than Europe’s highest ski resort of Val Thorens, you’ll find on a Keystone ski holiday that the resort offers some of the planet’s highest ski runs, and that means the snow conditions are normally good here, with opening in early October not unheard of.

Keystone itself is a rather spread out resort of largely condo accommodation, although there are some hotels too. It is one of the five ski areas owned by Vail Resorts and it is also part of Colorado’s Summit country – one of the highest parts of the state - with two other high ski areas, Copper Mountain and Arapahoe Basin, close by. The latter is included in a regional pass along with Vail’s other Colorado resorts of Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Vail itself.

A Keystone ski holiday is likely to be based in one of the resort’s seven ‘districts,’ each of which tends to be a small to medium-sized collection of condominiums (apartments) and sometimes a hotel and a few shops. The largest concentration is at River Run, where most off the facilities, shops and restaurants are based, although Keystone’s design means there is no real resort centre. Other larger sectors are Lakeside Village and Mountain House.

The ski area is one of the biggest in the US, extending to more than 3,000 acres, out beyond the front face of the ski slopes becoming progressively more challenging the further you go. 

Powderbeds features a wide range of accommodation in Keystone, you will find some excellent prices on the deals page.

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Average customer rating: 4 stars