Keystone

Snowboard Guide rating 7 out of 10 “An award winning terrain park and expanded bowls make Keystone a snowboarder paradise”

Freeriding

70%

Bowls fun but not extensive

Freestyle

75%

Good halfpipe & park

Pistes

75%

Lots of good pistes

Mountain stats

Top lift:3782m
Vertical drop:953m
Bottom lift:2829m

LiftsLift count : 2 x Gondolas   12 x Chairlifts   1 x Drag-lifts   4 magic carpet

Ride area 3,148 acres

Easy
19%
Intermediate
32%
Advanced
49%
Total Pistes:121
Longest Piste:3.5 miles (5.6km)

passes Pass (Low/High Season) : £61.42 Day, £249.63 Week

With a terrain park ranked among the best in North America, a gladed, snowcat-accessible bowl and some of the easiest cat tracks to navigate on a snowboard, Keystone is doing its best to assert its place as Colorado’s favourite resort for snowboarders of all ages and abilities.

In addition to having a top-ranked ski and snowboard school, Keystone also boasts the only gondola in all of Summit County, as well as nightskiing and nightriding with a floodlit halfpipe. Keystone also features extensive grooming and snowmaking, to ensure Colorado Corduroy every morning on what has grown to be one of the largest resorts in the state.

Outback snow CAT
Outback snow CAT
Photo: Steve, WSG

Keystone’s participation in the Peaks Pass also means that lift tickets are transferrable with Arapahoe Basin and Breckenridge, though there is more than enough terrain for all abilities for a five-day visit to this mountain.

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World Ranking

43rd

Overall in North America

  • #41 best freeride
  • #15 best freestyle
  • #13 best piste riding

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