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- Good mountain with something for everyone
- Huge night-skiing operation
- Other nearby resorts on lift pass
- Plenty of good condominiums
- Scattered resort, with few conveniently placed lodgings
- No village atmosphere except in small River Run development
- Risk of altitude sickness
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Keystone is a sprawling condo-dominated resort below three varied mountains; the nearest thing to a proper village is the River Run development, which is handy for the modern gondola. But evenings are generally quiet. We prefer to stay elsewhere and make day trips to the ski area. The lift pass also covers Breckenridge, for example. But Keystone’s slopes are varied, including ungroomed steep bowls, forest glades and cat skiing. And there’s a beautifully groomed network of treelined blues and greens.
News – this season 2012/13
Children aged 12 and under can ski for free throughout the 2012/13 season when staying for two or more nights in resort lodging.
News – last season 2011/12
The resort continued to expand the Kids’ Adventure Zones, including special night events and a bigger Snow Fort.
News – 2010/11
Developments focused on family activities and improvements to Ripperroo’s Forest park (part of the ski school), with more play features for the kids.