A Guide to Night Skiing at Keystone Resort
We’ve created an experience like no other: the longest ski day in the state of Colorado!
Enjoy the greatest number of skiable trails after the sun goes down right here. Whether you’re new to Keystone or a seasoned veteran, night skiing at Keystone means you have the terrain and the atmosphere for a great nighttime ride.
Here’s a guide to having a perfect night skiing experience:
Be sure to dress in warm layers because that gorgeous Colorado sun isn’t around to heat you up as you go down the mountain.
Always ski with a buddy when it gets dark. Having a friend skiing with you is not only more fun, "buddy system" skiing is the your best option at night.
Watch the sun set with friends at Summit House. Use your EpicMix app to set a meeting with friends at the highest eating establishment in Keystone.
Take advantage of the view to watch the sun set over the Rockies, then make tracks with a few more rides before you call it a day (or should we say, call it a night).
Check out the A51 Terrain Park. That’s right, one of America’s best terrain parks is open every night until 6 pm, so stop by and test your skills at The Alley, Easy Street or any one of our other six areas of the park.
Take a ride down the tubing hill.Night skiing isn’t just for skiers and boarders! Our snow tubing hill at Adventure Point is open until the lifts close as well. Take a couple trips down for some light hearted fun in between runs.
Night skiing at Keystone can be an experience of a lifetime and when you take advantage of some of these special tips here, you can take it to the next level. The sun may set on Keystone, but you certainly don’t have to!