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Keystone Ski Resort Visitors Guide

Approximately 70 miles from Denver are four of Colorado’s top ski areas. It is here that you will revel in winter fun at the Keystone Resort Ski Area. The Resort has many activities to keep you energized. You can go boating, rafting, or relax on a gondola ride during the summer or you may choose to play a round of golf, rent a bike and explore the bicycle paths, spend a day horseback riding or put together a picnic lunch for jeep ride.

Winter fun at Keystone Resorts offers snow activities on the areas ski mountains. The Arapahoe Basin has 5 lifts and 69 runs of intermediate and expert terrain, many of which are near the timberline. Of special interest to experts is the 2,250+ foot drop from the 13,050 foot summit. The longest run is 1 ˝ miles. At the Outback at Keystone Resort has 17 runs with the longest being 2 ˝ miles and a vertical drop of 1,520 feet.

The Keystone Mountain Resort is one of America’s best places for night time skiing. You will find 14 trails ranging from beginner to expert runs. It is 12,200 feet at its peak and has a vertical drop of 2,900 feet. In its three interconnected mountains, you will find another 92 trails and 20 lifts.

At Keystone’s North Peak, you will find a high speed gondola, quad and triple lifts and 19 runs. The longest run is 2 ˝ miles long and has a vertical drop of 1,620 feet.