Springtime is in the air and there is no better time to plan a ski trip then Spring Break in Keystone! Great snow, phenomenal weather and fun events for the entire group make Keystone a perfect place to spend your time off this spring!
Colorado’s snowiest month is March which is coupled by warmer spring weather to provide the best of both worlds for any skier or snowboarder. Blue skies, bright sun, deep snow and spring events in Keystone keep the town alive with energy and include something for everyone in the family! From enjoying cold beer on one of Keystone’s many sunny decks to whisping your kids away for a family ice skating session, the activities here are endless!
Spring Events at Keystone are always a blast and include the Burton Mountain Festival, Betty Fest, Mountain House Base Area Luau, River Run Rocks Concert Series and the Keystone Slush Cup! Kids can enjoy exploring the Kidtopia Snowfort located at the top of Dercum Mountain which is open and free of charge every day from 10:30 until dusk. There are also fireworks every Saturday at 7pm at River Run Village. Treat yourself to a night out while your kids have a night of fun filled activities at a Kids Night Out where they will get to go tubing, watch movies, play in the snow fort and have a pizza party!
Companies like SummitCove.com will help you find the perfect lodging for your family and help you plan your perfect spring break vacation no matter what you’re looking for! Want a property that has a patio grill and outdoor swimming pool? Would you rather a private sauna room and vaulted ceilings? No problem! We can pinpoint down to the smallest of amenities to make sure you are getting exactly what you need. Our team of vacation planners are always happy to give advice and recommendations on travel, activities, day plans and best values to make planning your spring ski trip easy and painless!
Spring in Keystone comes alive with energy and fun and whether you’re on or off the mountain you can be sure that you will experience the liveliness and springtime feeling wherever you go! During the months of March and April you will more than likely see skiers and riders in shorts and t-shirts and sometimes even swimsuits as the temperatures begin to thaw out!