Keystone Real Estate Statistics
|Average Listing Price||$1.9M|
|Avg. Days On Market||34|
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Whether a full-year resident or a resort warrior - Keystone neighborhoods offer a variety of living styles within the Keystone community. Each neighborhood has its own character, but all have access to skiing at Keystone Ski Resort.
Keystone Resort is the largest ski mountain in Summit County with 3,148 skiable acres, 20 lifts, two gondolas and two unique base villages. Keystone has some of the highest rated fine dining establishments in the county – The Keystone Ranch, the Alpenglow Stube and the Ski Tip Lodge along with the largest night skiing operation in Colorado. Enjoy ice skating at the Zamboni-maintained Keystone Lake, the thrill of snow tubing at Adventure Point and hundreds of acres of Cat-Skiing access. Keystone has the capability to host large groups and offers state-of-the-art conference facilities. Signature festivals, family events and activities in summer and winter months make Keystone a truly special place.
Keystone Real Estate
Keystone real estate has an eclectic mixture of properties available. From beautiful, secluded cabins, to large estates with stunning mountain views, to low-maintenance ski-in/ski-out condos, Keystone has it all. If you are looking for your own slice of heaven, tucked in between vast mountain ranges, Keystone may be the perfect area for you. For more details about the condo at the core or single-family neighborhoods read Keystone Neighborhoods.
Skiing And Snowboarding At Keystone Ski Resort
Explore Dercum Mountain, The Outback and North Peak – there’s terrain and fun for every level on Keystone's three back-to-back-to-back mountains. At 11,640 feet, Dercum Mountain, the original Keystone mountain, is home to long green and blue runs and perfect groomers to keep you cruising all day. North Peak is the place for skiers and riders who love long trails full of bumps. Finally, the Outback’s terrain is for intermediate and expert skiers and riders who will find plenty of long, well-groomed runs, powder and bumps. The Outback hosts some of the area’s best bowl and tree skiing and riding.
Keystone Ski Resort Operations
8:30am – 4pm, Lifts Open; Dercum Mountain; Closes at 3:30pm, North Peak; Closes at 3:30pm, The Outback; Close at 1:30pm, All Bowls; Close at 2pm, The Windows (Hours subject to change.)
Open various nights through the end of March. (Hours subject to change and Weather Permitting).
Keystone Mountain Statistics
Base Elevation: 9,280 feet / 2,829 meters Summit Elevation: 12,408 feet /
3,128 feet/ 953 meters Lifts: 20 Total
1 high-speed 6-passenger lift
5 high-speed quad lifts
1 triple lift
3 double lifts
1 surface lift
6 carpet lifts
Operating Since: 1970 Total Ski/Ride Terrain: 3,148 acres / 1,274
hectares Snowmaking: 662 acres / 268 hectares Number of Trails:
135 Longest Trail: Schoolmarm - 3.5 miles / 5.6 kilometers
Keystone Terrain Level of Difficulty
Easiest – 14% The easiest pistes at a mountain. Green Circle trails are generally wide and groomed.
More Difficult – 31%
Intermediate difficulty slopes that are usually groomed.
Most Difficult – 19%
Amongst the most difficult at a given mountain. Black Diamond trails tend to be steep and may or may not be groomed.
Expert – 36%
These trails are for experts only due to exceptionally steep slopes and other hazards such as narrow trails, exposure to wind, and the presence of obstacles such as steep drop-offs or trees.
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