Keystone deserves more props. Overshadowed by mega-neighbors like Copper and Breckenridge, its miles of corduroy and tree shots are often ignored. But Keystone's 2,870 acres and three peaks offer everything from the tame to the teeth-rattling. Hate crowds? Head to the Outback, 906 acres of tree runs and snowcat-served chutes and bowls. Like night-skiing? Cruise groomers and schralp fun boxes under Dercum Mountain's high-wattage bulbs. Prefer the sauce? Then take it to The Goat or The Snake River Saloon.
Want to avoid carrying a bulky trail map with you to the slopes? Click here to print out a PDF version of a pocket-sized guide to Keystone's killer peaks.