Keystone Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain StatsKeystone, CO US
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Keystone TerrainThe ultimate playground - more than 3,000 acres of easy-to-expert terrain on three peaks as well as night skiing and an in-bounds cat skiing program
At 11,640 feet, our front peak offers long groomed runs, including Schoolmarm, the resort's Family Ski Trail, as well as a variety of wide, rolling intermediate runs. Also home to Keystone’s award-winning A51 terrain park, featuring a 60-acre collection of progressive terrain park features including boxes, rails and jumps.
Rising to 11,660 feet, North Peak offers a variety of intermediate and advanced terrain, including long bump runs.
Keystone’s furthest and tallest peak at 11,980 feet, is an oasis for skiers and riders looking to enjoy powder turns and tree skiing.
Independence, Bergman, Erickson, North and South bowls offer skiers and riders access to secret stashes, tree runs and powder laps across more than 1,000 acres.
Keystone SnowboardingHalfpipes: 1
Tarrain Parks: 6
Home to the award-winning A51 terrain park, featuring a 60-acre collection of creative and progressive terrain park features spread across six areas.
All six areas are easily accessed by one designated chairlift that exclusively services A51's more than 100 features.
The A51 Terrain Park is famous for its jumps, unique features and has consistently been honored with numerous awards, including #4 Terrain Park by TransWorld Magazine and #2 Newschoolers Park Poll in 2017.
Keystone Mountain Stats
Information last updated 03/15/2018.