Keystone Resort, Colorado


Keystone Resort is the largest ski resort in Summit County, located in Keystone,
Colorado.   Located at the base of Loveland Pass, Keystones offer a
wide variety of trails for all abilities.  3,148 acres of skiable terrain
combined with 20 lifts guarantee fun for everyone.

Keystone consists of three mountains named Dercum Mountain, North Peak,
the Outback, and 5 Bowls (Independence, Ericsson, Bergman, North and South Bowls)
for skiing at every level. The first three mountains mentioned are connected by a
series of ski lifts and gondolas. Collectively, the mountains form the largest

operation in Colorado to offer night skiing, where several trails are lit bylarge light fixtures.  Night skiing takes place after sunset until as late as 9 p.m. on 15 of the resort's trails. The 5 Keystone bowls offer a back-country skiing experience with hike-to and snow-cat service.

Keystone is known also for it's 5 acre zambonied skating lake (largest zambonied
surface in North America),.  

The dining at The Ranch, Ski Tip Ranch, and AlpenGlow Stube offer 4- and 5-star
culinary experiences not to be missed.  The kids will love the fondu at the Fondu
Chessel at the top of the OutBack.

There are over 3,000 condos and residential properties in Keystone all within a shortwalk or free shuttle ride to one the two base areas called River Run and Mountain House. 

In summer, Keystone also is a home for lift accessed mountain biking, biking parks
and miles of single-track mountain biking. Keystone offers hiking, horseback
riding, fly-fishing, whitewater rafting, along with nearly 60 miles of mountain biking
trails.

The River Course at Keystone and the Keystone Ranch Golf Course are two 18-hole championship golf courses located at the resort in the middle of the Rocky Mountains. Both are challanging and offer spectacular views on almost every hole.
Golfers you don't want to miss this!!