1) Kids Ski Free
You heard us right! Every day, all season long kids 12 and younger ski for free at Keystone with no blackout dates when parents book just two or more nights in one of Keystone’s numerous lodging accommodation options, which span from affordable hotel rooms to family-sized condominiums.
2) The Largest Ski Resort in Summit County
Keystone resort is home to more than 3,000 acres of skiable terrain spread across three peaks – Dercum Mountain, North Peak, and The Outback, with a front-to-back progression and layout. From gentle groomers and rolling cruisers to steep bumps, gladed terrain, powder-filled bowls and the award-winning A51 Terrain Park, all ability levels will feel at home at Keystone.
3) Night Skiing
Offering the longest ski day in all of Colorado, at Keystone families can enjoy the star-filled sky as they ski and snowboard on the resort’s multiple lighted trails. Open until 8 p.m. during night operations, Keystone’s night skiing is a unique option, found at very few resorts, and allows for more time on the slopes.
4) Convenience & Accessibility
Located just 70 miles from downtown Denver, Keystone is easily accessible to guests making a day trip or for visitors flying into Denver International Airport. Convenient touches like free parking, including designated family parking, and complimentary red wagons to help parents tote gear, and tired kiddos, to and from the slopes help make a winter family visit to Keystone easy and hassle-free
5) Accommodations for Every Size and Budget
Keystone resort offers two on-site hotel properties and more than 700 condominium-style accommodations throughout the resort. A variety of condos and townhomes are available for every size family and budget, from studio to multi-bedroom properties. Plus all condos and townhomes are equipped with full-size kitchens – ideal for families!
6) Kidtopia – Free Family Programming
Keystone’s Kidtopia continues to redefine the family resort experience with free activities and events on and off the snow every day of the week, for kids of all ages. Test your aim and compete with family members at the Giant Snowball Launch, hunt for the elusive sasquatch during the Bigfoot Adventure Walk, march in the Village Parade and experience the world’s largest Snow Fort on Dercum Mountain – the possibilities are endless for kids at Keystone!
7) The Keystone Ski & Ride School
Whether you’re just learning to ski or ride, practicing new skills, or looking to go on a guided mountain adventure, the professional instructors at the Keystone Ski & Ride School will help you achieve your goals and experience Keystone in a whole new way. Check out Camp Keystone, a facility specially designed for kids or take the whole family out together with a Family Private Lesson.
8) Exciting Activities and Adventures, Minus the Skis and Boards
A true winter wonderland, in addition to skiing and snowboarding across more than 3,000 acres, at Keystone visitors can enjoy a variety of on- and off- mountain activities including scenic and dinner sleigh rides, snow tubing at Adventure Point, Mountaintop Family Adventure Tours in a snowcat, ice skating and more.
9) Elevated Dining Experiences
Keystone is home to several top-rated restaurants, including unique mountaintop experiences paired with fine dining or fun-for-the-whole-family fondue, as well as historic establishments that offer western charm and innovative culinary creations.
10) At Keystone, You’re Family
When you visit Keystone, we want you to feel like a part of our family and take home memories of experiences that will last a lifetime!