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Keystone is often the first ski resort in Colorado, if not the nation, to open—sometimes in October. With 1,861 acres/750 hectares of skiable terrain and 116 trails, Keystone offers slopes for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. Tree skiing and bumps are found on North Peak.
The slopes are great for groomers, beginner terrain and the pipe. Keystone also offers the most extensive night-skiing conditions in Colorado, with 17 trails and a terrain park that are lighted until 8 pm
Though the village of Keystone is known primarily for its slopes, there are plenty of things a visitor can do beyond downhill skiing. Off mountain activities include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, sleigh rides and snowmobiling.
Keystone is a haven for culinary enthusiasts with the highest gourmet restaurant in North America, the Alpenglow Stube, and another fine restaurant, Keystone Ranch.