Keystone Ski Resort offers skiers and snowboarders over 10 trails to explore during night skiing. When night skiing is open, skiers and snowboarders can have up to 11 hours on the slopes! Talk about getting the most value out of your lift ticket! So, if you’re looking to watch the sunset while skiing, or ski under a canopy of stars or a full moon, give Keystone night skiing or snowboarding a try this season! It is truly an amazing experience that you should try at least once during your visit to Keystone. Being home to Colorado’s largest night skiing experience, Keystone really lights up at night! Don’t miss the Saturday night Keystone Kidtopia fireworks while you are night skiing!
Your daytime lift ticket is valid at night until 8 p.m., or you can purchase a variety of half day / evening tickets that start a noon, 2pm or specifically for night skiing at 4pm. Purchase these types of tickets at the ticket window on the day of use, as any type of non-full day tickets cannot be purchased in advance. Stay at one of the lodges that are close to the gondola in order to warm up with a quick cup of hot chocolate in between your runs!
Depending on the day, you will have access to either the River Run Gondola and the Peru Express Lift in Mountain House until 8pm, but on some nights it is only the River Run Gondola. Visit during the month of March to have the most opportunities for night skiing. For the most current dates and hours of night skiing at Keystone*, please check out the Keystone Resort Night Skiing Map, click Night Map.
*Night ski operations are subject to change at the discretion of Keystone Resort