After a couple of weeks without much natural snow, the snow gods finally delivered! Keystone was hit with a winter storm warning yesterday and throughout the day and overnight, we received 8 inches of new snow as of 5am this morning.
Keystone opened an additional run today, Spring Dipper, giving visitors 87 acres of skiable terrain. Temperatures are very cold this morning with an expected high of just 27 degrees. The cold temperatures will allow snowmaking efforts to continue throughout the mountain and work to open more terrain next week. There is more snow in the forecast predicted on Monday evening.
Keystone has received a foot of snow over the past week, allowing the Resort to open up some new terrain today! Sections of North Peak are now open for shredding, including The Last Alamo, Mozart Flats, and Prospector with the Ruby Express and Santiago Lifts running on the Peak. There are currently 308 acres of terrain to explore and 21 runs open at Keystone Resort. Night Skiing is going on until 8pm all weekend and ’til 6pm on Sunday, giving you almost 12 hours of skiing and riding time. Snow is in the forecast for the entire weekend, setting us up for some great skiing over the upcoming Holidays! If you are looking to get away for your Christmas Break this year, be sure to check out the Holiday Events Calendar. There is so much to do in Keystone over the Holidays. Take your family to visit the Chocolate Village at the Lodge & Spa, explore the Kidtopia Snowfort, attend Holiday concerts, go ice skating, and awe at the beauty of lights with Keystone Aglow. SummitCove is currently offering some spectacular deals on lodging; check out our 12 Days of Keystone Sale, where each day features a new deal on Keystone Lodging.