Keystone Ski Resort


Keystone is a family-oriented resort with night skiing. Night skiing is interesting and your day lift ticket will work into the night. However, on a cold day, it gets even colder at night. Keystone has a couple of nice village areas with plenty to do.

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Statistics for Keystone Ski Resort

Base Elevation: 9,280
Summit Elevation: 12,408
Vertical Drop: 3,128 ft.
Skiable Acres: 3,148
Longest Run: 3.5 miles
Terrian; 19% beginner; 32% intermdiate; 49% advanced
Number of Lifts: 20
Number of Trails: 139

Parking at Keystone Ski Resort

Free Parking
Free skier parking is available in the Montezuma, Pika and Tenderfoot lots. From the Montezuma lot, it is a short walk through the Village to the River Run base area. If you opt to park in the Tenderfoot lot, located on the north side of US Hwy 6, a shuttle service is available to transport you to both the River Run and Mountain House base areas. The Pika lot is located in the Mountain House base area and is a short walk to the slopes. A limited number of complementary sleds are available to help families with young children haul their gear (and their kids!) to the lifts. To obtain a sled, please visit Guest Services in the Mountain Guest Services building near the Gondola base.

Carpool Discounts
Keystone announced a new carpool incentive program that encourages skiers and riders to drive together to Keystone. Skiers and riders who arrive at Keystone Resort with four or more people in a car will be able to park in a premier parking section in Keystone's Montezuma Parking Lot which is a short walk to the new River Run Gondola. Keystone has one of the closest free parking locations in Colorado that allows skiers and riders to walk to access the lifts. Now, carpoolers can gain even closer parking throughout the ski season without paying a premier price.

Pay Parking
Keystone also has six pay lots that offer direct access to our base areas: one is located in River Run Village; the Porcupine lot. Marmot and Slopeside Condominium lots are located in the Mountain House neighborhood.

Please note that these prices are subject to change without notice.

Lift Ticket Prices

Keystone has a lift ticket browser

How to find Discount Lift Tickets

How to save on Rental Equipment

Keystone Ski and Ride School

Classes are offered for skiers and snowboarders of every ability, from never-evers to powder bashers and mogul masters. Private lessons are available.

Private Lessons starting from $100
Children's Lessons starting from $140
Adult Lessons starting from $93 half day and $140 full day

Getting to Keystone Ski Resort

By car from Denver: Keystone is located 90 miles west from Denver International Airport (DEN). Travel West on Interstate 70 Exit at the Silverthorne/Dillon exit #205 At the end of the exit ramp turn left (East) at the stop light onto Highway 6 Travel 6.2 miles into Keystone Resort

By Bus: Summit County offers a FREE bus service from multiple locations around Summit County. Visit The Summit Stage for the schedule.

By Private Shuttle: There is a local shuttle service that offers very affordable rides between the local ski resorts and towns, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Keystone, Silverthorne, Frisco, and Dillon. Please Contact Us for pricing, scheduling, and booking.

Keystone Terrain Parks

Keystone has the award-winning A51 terrain park. It has its own dedicated chairlift and it is even open for night skiing. The park contains over 100 features, a superpipe and three jump lines. There is an incubator section offering smaller jumps and features for building your skills.

Keystone Ski Resort Maps

Keystone Trail Map

Keystone Night Skiing Trail Map

Keystone 09-10 Trail Map

Keystone 09-10 Night Skiing Trail Map

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