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Keystone formal opening and 36-hour event

Daily Staff Report
Special to the DailyKeystone Resort in Summit County received a dusting of snow last night, Oct. 4, 2005.

Keystone’s set to open Nov. 11 with a funky, formal theme of prom attire from your favorite era. Then, it’s an all-out ski and snowboard fest for the second annual 36 Hours of Keystone Nov. 18-19. This wacky event features 36 nonstop hours of skiing and riding and 36 hours of festivities off the mountain, like street parties, live music and a punk rock pancake breakfast.

BEST DEALS – season passes and lodgingTo take advantage of Keystone’s events and skiing/riding, buy your season pass and get a room. Here’s a listing of the best deals:Season passesColorado skiers and snowboarders can still purchase their Colorado Pass or Buddy Pass at Front Range locations and online at The Colorado Pass is $369 for adults, $249 for teens and $169 for children (ages 5-12) and the Buddy Pass is $329.$36 lodging deals for the 36 Hours of KeystoneStay at Keystone for just $36 per person/per night for the 36 Hours of Keystone Nov. 18-19. The lodging rate is based on double occupancy at the Keystone Inn or quad occupancy for a 2-bedroom condo in River Run and is valid Nov. 18-19. Rates, dates and other unit types available. Restrictions apply.Call 800.468.5004 for reservations or more information. Or, click your way to at the (Keystone) Inn all ski/ride seasonRooms start at $99 per night for midweek stays during the early ski/snowboard season and include free activities with your stay. Rooms based on double occupancy for weekday stays Nov. 11-Dec. 15. Other rates, dates and room types available. Other restrictions apply. Call 800.468.5004 for reservations or more information. Or, click your way to Sunday Lesson PassSpend Sundays in school this season at Keystone for only $199. The Sunday lessons are only available to Buddy and Colorado pass holders and for skiers and riders over 16. These passes are on sale through Dec. 11 in the Front Range at Colorado Ski & Golf, Aurora, Arvada, Littleton, Colorado Springs); Boulder Ski Deals in Boulder; REI in Denver (Flagship store in I-25), Boulder, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Lakewood, and Englewood; Park Meadows; Flat Irons Crossing. Call (800) 255-3715 for more information. Restrictions apply.For more information, visit or call (800) 468-5004.Vail Colorado

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