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Keystone Ski Resort has closed for the winter. Thank you for a great season. We will open June 14 for summer operations.
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Call 970-496-4386 to book your tour.
Let our experienced Keystone Adventure Tour guides make your first run down Independence Bowl, Keystone's newest expert-only terrain, a memorable one.
During the season, we'll offer two guided tours daily through this exhilarating bowl. Each tour comes complete with a catered lunch at the Independence Bowl Hut – which you're certain to need after making laps in this powder.
Please note that, while highly trained, our KAT guides are not ski instructors; these tours are for expert skiers and riders who are accustomed to and adept in powder and trees. If you'd like to learn the art of powder skiing – or hone your skills before striking out in this territory – we recommend a lesson with our Ski & Ride School, which has instructors for every level (not just beginners).
If you're in doubt of your abilities, feel free to take a Mountain-Top Snowcat Tour first to scope out the terrain, and talk with our staff about your skill level and comfort in deep powder.
Included in your guided tour is a lunch experience at the Independence Hut.
Mountain Top Tours have begun and are open until April 7, 2013, please call ahead for reservations.
Keystone Adventure Tours guided cat skiing open December 29, 2012 - April 7, 2013. Weather dependent.
Meeting time is 8:00 am at the Keystone Sports tune center and Basket Check in Buffalo Lodge in River Run Village. We kindly ask everyone to please arrive at the meeting location on time, as arriving late cuts into the time we spend skiing.
Reservations are required. Walk-ins will only be accepted if seats are available on the cat. Call 970-496-4386 to make a Guided Tour reservation.
On the day of your tour...
We'll walk to the River Run Gondola and load as a group.
Powder skis will be provided to you courtesy of Salomon; equipment rental is included in the tour cost. Poles and boots are not provided. Skis can only be used for the tour. The Salomon ski rental is only while you are on the tour.
$240 per person (includes lift ticket, powder ski rental and lunch). A lift ticket to get up to the top of the mountain and to the cat is not required for the day of the tour as it is included in the tour package. However, if you'd like to ski after the tour you'll need to buy a ticket.
New - $500 Stand-By Guided Tour Pass - good for 5 tours, check in for availability 24 hours prior to trip.
Large parties (up to 12 people) may buy-out the entire cat for a discounted rate of $2,640 - if you buy it out, the 12th person is free! As with individuals, this cost includes lift tickets to get up the mountain, gourmet lunch, and equipment for everyone in the group.
Salomon is the preferred Ski and Snowboard Company of Keystone Adventure Tours.
Why hike when you can ride? Instead of hiking into your favorite expert terrain in The Outback bowls, take a ride on a cat. Keystone Adventure Tour's snowcats make passes on The Outback travel route only. Reservations aren't required, but $5 in cash is.
Dates: Weather dependent on conditions - call 970-496-4386 for the latest cat info
Time: 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Location: Meet at Outback Bowls gate, atop The Outback
Cost: $5 (cash only)
New! $50.00 Shuttle Punch pass, transferable,15 rides
Professional crew: Operator and Gear Loader
Capacity: Snowcats accommodate up to 12 people
Keystone Resort is located in Colorado's Rocky Mountains, is over 3000 acres and spreads across 3 mountain peaks