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Keystone

Maps & Cams

Driving Times

  • From Denver International Airport:
    1 Hour 52 minutes / 69.5 miles
  • From Breckenridge:
    30 minutes / 14.1 miles
  • From Vail:
    45 minutes / 37.6 miles

  • Allow additional time for seasonal driving conditions and traffic.

Keystone - Vacation Rentals & Ski Lodging

As one of the most popular ski resorts in America, Keystone is also the largest resort in Summit County. This family friendly resort has huge expanses of terrain suitable for skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels, with its 3,148 skiable acres (1,274 hectares) spread across three mountains – Dercum Mountain, North Peak and the Outback – as well as five bowls, which are Bergman, Ericsson, Independence, North and South Bowls.

For those looking to enjoy the legendary slopes of the Rocky Mountains without trying to break the bank, Keystone is just the (lift) ticket! This mountain haven offers something for everyone, whether strapped to skies and a snowboard or not. During the winter, be sure to visit Adventure Point where you can go ski biking and tubing, two great winter activities that the whole family can enjoy. There’s also ice skating at Dercum Square, snowcat skiing tours and, for the kids, there’s Keystone Kidtopia, a wonderful indoor adventure that kids from ages one to 100 can take part in. Also, if you’re into cross-country skiing, the Keystone Nordic Center is happy to oblige. During the summertime, enjoy the outdoors with some serene boating, picturesque hiking trails, fun filled horseback riding and thrilling mountain biking, not to mention scenic lift rides to let you take it all in. Of course, there’s also world-class golfing and the Keystone Tennis Club will have you working the courts.

When it comes to dining, Keystone has it all. You can grab a burger and relax in a casual setting with the family or have a night out in your finest threads at any of the resorts signature dining spots. However, don’t miss out on après ski in Keystone, it’s one of the best. There’s nothing quite like a few warm cocktails, and some soda for the kiddos, while enjoying delectable mountain styled apps slope-side after a day in the powder to help you enjoy your time away from the real world. And, if you’re looking for some time away with that special someone, be sure to try out a romantic sleigh ride for two, complete with a cozy blanket and hot chocolate, on your way to one of Keystone’s finest culinary experiences.

Now if you’re in need of some personal time, you can enjoy one of the many spas or take in some therapeutic shopping. Grab yourself a massage to melt those sore muscles after a day on the mountain or enjoy a facial that will have you looking like a million bucks in the high altitude air. Everyone will wonder how you look so relaxed after all those runs. Afterwards, there are plenty of fun shops to explore and art galleries to view. You might just find yourself heading home with a whole other suitcase filled with memories of a great vacation.

With as much terrain as Keystone has, there is more than enough space for each experience level to have their own section of the mountain. With an elevation of 12,408 feet (3,782 meters) at the summit, the resort has a 3,128 foot (953 meter) vertical, making plenty of room for the 20 separate lifts to service each and every visitor that comes to enjoy Keystone. The resorts longest run, Schoolmarm, measures 3.5 miles (5.6 kilometers) in distance, and that’s in addition to the other 130 runs that make up the slopes. The 131 total runs break down into 14% for beginners, 29% for intermediate levels and 57% for advanced and expert level skiers and snowboarders.

So, if Keystone sounds like a place you would like to spend your next vacation, or if you’d like to get some more firsthand insight about the resort and all it has to offer, please give us a call. Our friendly, knowledgeable Destination Specialists are standing by to assist you.