Keystone opens more terrain, night skiing, tubing hill |

Keystone opens more terrain, night skiing, tubing hill

Summit Daily News
Keystone, CO Colorado

KEYSTONE – Keystone Resort has opened more terrain for the Thanksgiving Weekend, bringing the resort’s total offerings to 186 skiable acres, 11 lifts and 12 trails. Additionally, night ski operations and the Adventure Point Tubing Hill kicked off Wednesday.

Thanks to cold temperatures over the past week, Keystone Resort’s snowmaking team has been able to make snow on the Mozart Trail, giving skiers the opportunity to ski the back of Dercum Mountain to the Ruby Lift starting Saturday. Additionally, Keystone opened Lower Schoolmarm and Discovery trails as well as the Peru Lift to the Mountain House Base Area Wednesday. The Mountain House Base Area will be open through Thanksgiving Weekend and then on weekends until Dec. 18, when it will be open daily.

In addition to the new terrain, Keystone Resort is offering night skiing until 8 p.m. through Saturday and to 6 p.m. on Sunday. Night ski will continue to be offered Friday and Saturdays in December until 8 p.m. Beginning December 18th it will be offered nightly for the holiday season through January 3rd.

Keystone’s tubing hill at the summit of Dercum Mountain and Adventure Point is now open for the season. Through the Christmas Holiday, tubing will operate the dates as night skiing. For more information call (800) 468-5004 or visit

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