Keystone Resort is reporting 1 new inch of snow going into the weekend, and the SummitCove Yeti was out yesterday snapping some photos along the Snake River! With no storms in the forecast, getting to Keystone should be easy. Guests of the resort can look forward to well groomed trails on an 18″ base of packed powder. 10% of the terrain is open, which translates to 306 acres, 11 lifts and 22 runs open! With a season total of 40″, and the best yet to come, it’s shaping up to be a great ski season!
In addition to the opening of Keystone Lake for ice skating, some great events are coming up in Keystone to kick off the holidays:
Wednesday, December 7th-Saturday, December 10th Keystone Festival of Trees
- Admire these beautiful trees that have been decorated by local Summit County businesses and kick off the holiday season. The trees are auctioned off in a fundraiser to support area non-profits!
Friday December 9th-Saturday December 10th The Nutcracker
- The Summit Community Orchestra and Summit School of Dance present the 6th annual Joint Holiday Concert. Tickets are $12 for adults, $7 for kids 18 and under with ID, kids 5 and under are free. Doors open at 6pm; show at 6:30pm
If you are looking for great Keystone Lodging, contact a SummitCove Vacation Planner to help you sort out your many options! We offer the best deals and the best selection of Keystone Resort lodging!