Cat Skiing at Keystone

Keystone is one of the only Colorado ski resorts that offers cat skiing. Warm, heated cats and endless acres of terrain mean you’ll have an amazing adventure. There are two options available for Cat Skiing, a guided all-day tour with lunch and equipment or a quick shuttle ride hat allows you to skip the hike to the Outback Bowls.


Cat Ski with Keystone Adventure Tours

Spend the day in Keystone’s Back Bowls, including the Indy, Ericson and Bergman Bowls, where you will have endless acres of powder and untouched terrain all to yourself!  This is a perfect activity for groups as well.  Included with the package is powder-skiing equipment and a delicious catered lunch in our cozy, heated Yurt.  Each run down the mountain is followed by your very own, heated cat that picks you up and takes you back to the top of the 12,000 feet peaks.  Enjoy breath-taking scenery and an unforgettable time with you friends, family or group.



$285 per person (includes lift ticket, expert guide, demo powder ski rentals and lunch). A lift ticket to get up to the top of the mountain and to the cat is not required for the day of the tour as it is included in the tour package. However, if you’d like to ski after the tour you’ll need to buy a ticket. Large parties (up to 12 people) may buy-out the entire cat for a discounted rate of $3,135 – if you buy it out, the 12th person is free! As with individuals, this cost includes lift tickets to get up the mountain, gourmet lunch, and equipment for everyone in the group.


Outback Shuttle

Why hike when you can ride? Instead of hiking into your favorite expert terrain in The Outback bowls, take a ride on a cat. Keystone Adventure Tour’s snowcats make passes on The Outback travel route only. Reservations aren’t required, but $10 in cash is. Rides are dependent on weather, so call to check if they are running.  Shuttles run from 10:30 am until 1:30 pm, meet at the Outback Bowls gate. A 15-ride punch pass is also available.

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