How do reservations work at Keystone?

How do reservations work at Keystone?

Once you’re in the waiting room, you will see your place in line to access the reservation system. Your place in line will be held until it’s your turn to reserve your days. Enter your email address, and we will send you a message when it’s your turn to make your reservation.

Do you need a reservation to ski at Keystone?

Pass Holder Reservations Reservations will be required, and our pass holders will get priority access.

What time does ski school start at Keystone?

Full Day Class Schedule: 8:15 a.m. – 9 a.m. – Check in at the sales office. If you have equipment, check in can occur after 8:30 a.m.. Your reservation guarantees your child/children’s spot until 9:30 a.m.

Is Keystone good for beginners?

Lessons at Keystone: Keystone Resort is ideal for beginner ski and snowboard instruction, with a variety of lesson options. The ski instructors have plenty of patience, no matter how much help your child (or you) needs. The lessons are always kept fun, lighthearted and stress-free at Keystone.

When can you reserve Keystone?

Passholders can join a waiting room as early as 7 a.m. and can start making reservations for Keystone at 8 a.m.

Is Keystone Open on Friday?

With its Friday opening, Keystone will be the first ski area in Summit County to open for the 2020-21 winter. Keystone will be spinning its lifts for skiing and snowboarding for the first time since the novel coronavirus pandemic halted last season in mid-March.

Are Colorado ski resorts closing?

When Vail, A-Basin, Winter Park and other Colorado ski areas close for the 2020-2021 season. As of this week, 15 Colorado ski areas have closed for the season and seven more will close April 18, leaving six still in operation. Four are expected to be open in May: Loveland, Winter Park, Arapahoe Basin and Breckenridge.

How much are private ski lessons at Keystone?

FULL DAY $845 $875
HALF DAY $665 $695

Is Keystone hard to ski?

While over half the trails at Keystone are labeled as advanced, the level of difficulty doesn’t compare with the gnarly steeps at other resorts such as Arapahoe Basin. That being said, advanced skiers will enjoy the black runs here. The Outback is where advanced skiers and riders will want to spend most of their time.