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Fireworks light up the night sky New Year's Eve at River Run in Keystone.

Located just 90 minutes from Denver International Airport, Keystone offers a true Rocky Mountain experience with a hint of modern luxury mixed in for good measure. Stretching for 7 miles along the Snake River in Summit County, Colorado, Keystone appeals to those looking for the alpine feel of a mountain town. Offering a little something for everyone year- round, Keystone is truly a spot high above the rest of the world.


Corduroy groomed runs at Keystone Resort. Feel the joy of first tracks as you hit the runs from your slope-side condo.

Keystone, home of the world-renowned Keystone Ski Resort, was founded in 1970 and occupies three separate mountains, 131 trails, 3,128 vertical feet and 3,148 acres of terrain for any skill level – all serviced by 20 lifts, including two gondolas, one express six-pack and five high-speed quads. Add in Keystone’s award-winning A51 Terrain Park, and the only resort to offer night skiing in the area, and one can see why Keystone is one of the most visited ski resorts in Colorado.

Keystone is only a short drive from the other resorts in Summit County, so why not expand your horizons at Arapahoe Basin (10 minutes away), Breckenridge (20 minutes) and Copper Mountain (20 minutes). To sweeten the deal, day lift tickets and most season pass products at Keystone are also honored at Breckenridge and Arapahoe Basin.

Although it is the largest ski mountain in Summit County, there is much more to do in winter than ski or ride. Other popular winter activities include alpine skiing, tubing, ice-skating, snow cat skiing, cross country skiing, dog sledding, horse-drawn sleigh ride dinners and snowmobiling – all conveniently located within Keystone Resort.


High altitude golf at Keystone's alpine golf course.

Unique to this year-round resort, experience Keystone’s two world-class golf courses, Colorado’s most epic mountain biking courses, horse rides out of their professional stables, spa massages and facials, fly-fishing along the river, guided hikes, whitewater rafting, family-friendly paddle boating on Keystone Lake, campfire stories complete with s’mores, and much more.


The Keystone Conference Center is the hub of life in Keystone away from the resort.

The award winning, state-of-the-art Keystone Conference Center hosts business and community events year-round. With more than 100,000 square feet of exhibit, function and meeting space, the center is the largest conference site in the Colorado Rockies.


The Keystone Science Center hosts youth education camps and other educational events.

Keystone is home to the camp, school, community and educator outreach non-profit Keystone Science School, an ultimate 23-acre outdoor lab where students from across the country explore science within nature, while developing critical thinking and scientific skills.

The Community of Keystone

Facts About Keystone

Keystone is a “census-designated place” in Summit County, which means it’s not incorporated as an official town

• Elevation: 9,280 feet above sea level
• Population: Approx. 1,000
• Size: 40.6 square miles

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