As one of the best family-friendly ski destinations in the west, Keystone offers miles upon miles of perfectly groomed terrain. The longest run tallies up at 3.5 miles and with more than 3,100 acres of skiable terrain, skiers and riders will be in their glory. There are plenty of beginner trails for newbies as well as intermediate and the most difficult black diamond trails for the more experienced. One of the best perks at Keystone is their night skiing; long after other Colorado mountains have closed for the day, you can keep on skiing or riding for as long as you like.
Whether its your first time on the mountain or you’re looking to perfect your skills on the slopes, there are a number of skiing and riding lessons and programs offered for all skill levels and ages, with a children’s ski and ride school offered for ages 3 to 14. For kids who don’t want a full day of riding, Camp Keystone provides skiing and riding lessons as well as a bunch of onsite snow activities, themed days, and a special kids’ night out. A children’s daycare program is also available for ages 2 months to 6 years.