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In-resort Transportation closed March 15 - March 22

Whether you're traveling by plane, train or automobile, once you've arrived at Keystone we strongly encourage the use of our FREE in-resort transportation system. Heading to the mountain? We have you covered with access to all open base areas. Ready for dinner? We service both Village areas and much of the Hwy 6 corridor with easy access to award-winning dining across the resort.

Winter Schedule

Summer Schedule: On-call only, 970-496-4200 or x4200 from in-resort lines.

ADA shuttles are available, please call 970-496-4200 for more details and to request a shuttle.

By Car

Keystone is easily accessible by car and just minutes from Interstate 70.

Driving Directions from Denver

Keystone is located 90 miles west of Denver International Airport (DEN) and 72 miles from downtown Denver. Travel west on I-70 from either location. Take exit 205 toward Silverthorne/Dillon. At the end of the exit ramp, turn left (east) onto Highway 6. Travel 6.2 miles to Keystone Resort. Note: there are several places to stop along the I-70 corridor for food and gas.

Driving Directions from Colorado Springs

Take I-25 North then take exit 194 to merge onto CO-470 West toward Grand Junction. Follow the signs for Grand Junction/I-70 West and merge onto I-70 West. Travel west on I-70 until taking exit 205 toward Silverthorne/Dillon. At the end of the exit ramp, turn left (east) onto Highway 6. Travel 6.2 miles to Keystone Resort. Note: there are several places to stop along the I-70 corridor for food and gas.

Tips for I-70 Mountain Travel

  • Avoid peak travel times if possible. If you are heading eastbound on Saturday or Sunday, plan to leave the mountains after 7 p.m. to stay out of traffic. To be safe, check the weekend and holiday Travel Forecast.
  • Winter Driving Preparedness 

Winter Weekend Traffic Patterns (October-April)

Westbound

  • Friday: light to moderate traffic is likely from about 4-9 p.m.
  • Saturday: traffic can be expected from about 6:30-11 a.m. with peak traffic occurring around 8 a.m.
  • Sunday: Sunday morning traffic is consistently lighter than Saturday morning, and sometimes non-existent. To play it safe, avoid around 7 a.m.

Eastbound

  • Saturday: traffic typically builds around 2 p.m., peaks around 4-5 p.m. and drops dramatically after 7 p.m. Expect congestion on Saturdays.
  • Sunday: I-70 starts to fill up earlier than it does on Saturday, as early as 1 p.m. Traffic peaks around 4-5 p.m. and drops dramatically after 7 p.m. Expect heavy traffic on Sundays.

*Please note: this travel forecast is based on historical traffic data. Weather, road conditions and accidents are impossible to predict and can have significant impacts on I-70 travel.

Holiday Weekends: When a national holiday falls on a Monday, you can count on Monday afternoon eastbound traffic to mimic a typical Sunday pattern, but with potentially more volume.

Metering: Traffic metering goes into effect during very high volume times and can occur at multiple I-70 on-ramps and/or the Eisenhower Tunnel traveling eastbound. Metering controls the