Experience Keystone's new eight-passenger gondola, located in River Run Village. Explore the gladed terrain in The Outback. Drop in for lunch and a rest on the Adirondack chairs at LaBonte's BBQ or try the Stube's world-famous lunch. Find everything you need to ski Keystone – from trails to bowls, lifts and restaurants; and explore them all with 360 tours, photos and videos on our trail map.
Ski & Ride School
Whether you are new to the sport of skiing or snowboarding or you need to improve your powder or navigation skills, Keystone Ski and Ride School offers lessons that will speed up the learning curve or increase your skill level. Not only are instructors good at teaching you how to cruise down the mountain comfortably, they also know where all the secret powder stashes are, empty trails and best burger.
We’re excited to provide Colorado’s longest ski day. You can ski, ride or session at A51 Terrain Park long after all the other mountains close. Watch the sun set over the beautiful Rocky Mountains while getting in a few more runs.
A51 Terrain Park
Experience the best Keystone snowboarding & skiing at the A51 Terrain Park – ranked as one of the best in the country year after year. Enjoy the progressive style with over 100 features, including jumps, tables, half pipe, rails and jibs. The park has its own chair lift, to keep you right in the heart of the action as long as you desire – and it’s open late during night ski evenings.
Cat Skiing and Riding
The most epic way to see Keystone is with Keystone Adventure Tours (KAT). In the comfort of a heated snowcat, you’ll travel above the tree line to 12,000 feet for a view of Keystone like you’ve never seen. A full-day tour into Independence Bowl is complete with guides to show you the best runs and lunch in our warming hut. Spend the day riding or skiing through untracked terrain. This will be journey you won’t soon forget.