Sitting at 11,640 feet, Dercum Mountain greets guests as they enter the resort from the River Run or Mountain House base areas. Its trails offer skiers and riders long groomed beginner runs, including Schoolmarm, the resort's Family Ski Trail, as well as a variety intermediate runs great for cruising. There is also an A51 terrain park.
Rising to 11,660 feet, North Peak sits directly behind Dercum Mountain and offers a variety of intermediate and advanced terrain, including long bump runs.
The Outback, Keystone’s furthest and tallest peak at 11,980 feet, is the place to enjoy powder turns and tree skiing.
In addition to Keystone’s three main peaks, Independence, Bergman, Erickson, North and South bowls offer skiers and riders incredible hike-to terrain and access to secret stashes, tree runs and powder laps across more than 1,000 acres.
Keystone also offers scenic sleigh rides, snow tubing, ice skating, guided cat ski tours, night skiing and many other activities. Along with all this will be the TSC welcome party, racing, optional day trip to Vail, as well as other fun activities!