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Keystone is one of the favorite ski resorts for skiers who want to travel to the USA and have incredible sensations on their skis. With a drop of more than 950 meters, the Keystone ski area has 128 ski slopes of different levels. The longest run is the 3.5-mile Schoolmarm and you can ski on its more than 1,250 hectares surrounded by one of the most beautiful natural environments in this area of the United States. If you are passionate about Freeride and you like challenges, you probably have to visit Keystone.
Almost half of its slopes are of great difficulty and its annual accumulations of snow exceed six meters of snow. Its high altitude (3,782 meters) favors that luck does not come into play when we visit Keystone and we will have a good chance of finding abundant and high quality snow. If you are considering traveling to Keystone, we recommend you look at the prices of the Epic Pass, it is usually cheaper and you can ski at other stations in the same group with the same pass.
Keystone, an ideal ski resort for experts but also for families
With over 3,000 acres of skiable terrain, Keystone has plenty of terrain for everyone in the family. But there is much more to love in this family complex: the programs; the Kidtopia Snowy Fort, a huge snow castle that will delight the little ones; family areas located at strategic and accessible points of the station; and specific activities for children such as snowtubing on a very long rink where you can enjoy sliding or ice skating on one of the most beautiful outdoor ice rinks in the United States.
It’s no wonder Keystone ranks as one of the best family ski and snowboard resorts in the world. Plus, it’s the closest all-inclusive resort to Denver, which means less time spent on transfers from the airport to the resort and more time to enjoy as a family.