Snowshoeing at Keystone Nordic CenterDates Of Operation:
Mid-November through March, snow conditions permitting
Enjoy miles of groomed trails and access to more than 35 miles of nearby packed trails from the Keystone Nordic Center. The Keystone Nordic Center offers cross-country skiing, skate skiing, snowshoeing, lessons, rentals, and guided tours throughout the winter. And don't miss the fun on our old-fashioned family tubing hill. Warm up with our all-you-can-eat soup buffet lunch at The Nordic Soup Bistro and relax on our outdoor patio.
Dates of Operation: Late November - March, snow conditions permitting.
Please call the Keystone Nordic Center at 970-496-4275 for reservations and more information.
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Can Anyone Go Snowshoeing? YES
Snowshoeing at Keystone Resort is a serene and rewarding activity that any guest can enjoy during their stay at the Rocky Mountain resort. Spread across the White River National Forest, snowshoers of any age can access more than 35 miles of packed trails in and around the Keystone Nordic Center as well as mountain-top snowshoe adventures atop Keystone’s famed Dercum Peak.
Tranquility For All Ages
Whether a visiting family with five children, or a group of girlfriends ready for their next adventure, snowshoeing is an excellent off-piste winter option that not only allows guests to enjoy the tranquility of nature but also offers spectacular views of Summit County’s breathtaking mountain ranges and vistas.
Enjoy the Benefits
On top of being an exceptionally peaceful venture, snowshoeing is also a great work-out for any guest who wishes to burn a few extra calories while on vacation. Plus, it’s another great way to get out and benefit from Colorado’s average of 300 days of sun per year.
Strap On And Go
Anyone and everyone can strap on a pair of snowshoes and walk their way through the snow while accelerating their heart-rate and enjoying a marvelous winter-wonderland activity. Adults and children of all ages are welcome to try this gratifying activity at the Keystone Nordic Center throughout the winter season.