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About the Resort
With three unbelievable mountains, tons of outdoor adventures, lodging and dining all in two unique villages, it’s clear that Keystone is the best place to experience the best of the Rocky Mountains. The fun and excitement is all in one convenient location.
Dates of Operation
Summer 2017 Hours of Operation

Mountain Biking and On-Mountain Sightseeing
June 9 - September 4 - open 7 days a week
September 9-10 & 16-1

River Run Gondola Plaza Activities
June 9 - August 20 - open 7 days a week
Limited schedule the following weekends:
Aug 26-27, September 1-4, September 9-10, September 16-17

Summer Lift Operations
Summit Express 10:00am - 5:00pm daily

River Run Gondola
Thursday 3:00pm - close
Friday - Sunday 3:00pm - close
Does not run Monday - Wednesday

Winter 16/17 Hours of Operation
 
16/17 Night Skiing Operations
We’re excited to provide one of Colorado’s longest ski days at Keystone Resort. You can ski or ride long after nearly all the other mountains close. 

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Mountain Stats
Keystone Resort is located in Colorado's Rocky Mountains, is over 3,000 acres and spreads across 3 mountain peaks. Keystone is one of the few Colorado resorts to offer night skiing, giving you one of the longest ski days in the state.

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Resort Maps
At Keystone, you’ll find everything that makes a perfect Colorado vacation, all in one place. Keystone has it all right here, providing unforgettable winter and summer experiences. Explore Keystone Resort by viewing our trail and resort maps.

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Getting Here
Getting to Keystone, Colorado is easy.  Centrally located in the Rocky Mountains, we are approximately 50 minutes from Denver; and the Denver International Airport (DEN) is 90 miles east of Keystone via Interstate 70. 
Getting Here
Getting Around

Driving Directions 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
FYI - There are several places to stop along the Interstate 70 corridor for food and gas

Driving Directions from Colorado Springs:
Take I-25 N then take exit 194 to merge onto CO-470 W toward Grand Junction 
Follow signs for Grand Junction/ I70 W and merge onto I70 West
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
FYI - There are several places to stop along the Interstate 70 corridor for food and gas

Colorado Mountain Express (CME)
Numerous, daily, door-to-door shuttles to and from Denver International Airport to Keystone. Colorado Mountain Express also offers private chauffeured travel with CME Premier. Our Mountain Concierge can book your CME reservation for you as part of your vacation package. Reserve by calling 970-468-7600.

Keystone - In Resort Shuttle 
Enjoy Keystone's very own transportation system.  All Keystone guests have shuttle access from the many bus stops within the resort. Keystone Transportation offers a convenient schedule that will take you to and from your lodging locations to the skiing base areas, conference center and local restaurants.  Shuttles pick up approximately every twenty minutes, and ride times average about 10 - 15 minutes.Call 970-496-4200, or ext. 4200 for more information on transportation within the resort.

The Summit Stage
Summit County's free transportation system. The Summit Stage picks up at Keystone Resort frequently to take you into Dillon, Silverthorne, Frisco, Breckenridge and up to Arapahoe Basin.

Transportation to Vail can be made through, Colorado Mountain Express 970-468-7600 or Fresh Tracks 970- 453-4052.
Parking
Keystone is one of the only Colorado ski resorts that offers free, convenient parking. We also encourage carpooling by offering  premier parking for cars with four or more people.

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Night Skiing
We’re excited to provide one of Colorado’s longest ski days at Keystone Resort. You can ski or ride long after nearly all the other mountains close. Night ski dates and hours are susceptible to change and are weather permitting.

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Cat Skiing
High above the green and blue runs, you’ll find Bergman, Erikson and Independence Bowls – the perfect opportunity for guided CAT skiing tours. And, you can take a Mountain-Top Snowcat Tour from the top of Dercum to Independence Bowl for a breathtaking scenic journey.

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A51 Terrain Park
Ride where the pros train! A51 boasts 60 acres of terrain parks with over 100 features and a park specific lift.

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Dining
Whatever your taste, Keystone has dining for you.  Keystone restaurants offer relaxing places for a quick refueling to vibrant happy hour spots where you can rendezvous with friends to acclaimed fine dining.

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Things to Do
With three unbelievable mountains, a top rated terrain park, tons of outdoor adventures, luxury spa, lodging and dining all in two unique villages, it’s clear that Keystone is the best place to experience the best of the Rocky Mountains. The fun and excitement is all in one convenient location.

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Photos and Videos
See what makes Keystone so great by viewing our collection of photos and videos or submit your own!

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Shopping
Immerse yourself in ski, snowboard and mountain biking gear, accessories, boutique clothing stores and more at Keystone Resort.

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