Sitzmark Travel has been working putting together packages for Keystone Resort for over 30 years. We have seen a lot of changes to the mountain in this time. River Run Village was built they opened the Gondola then moved it in closer to the Village. Keystone opened up night skiing, and adventure point. Though all this Sitzmark has offered full packages including Ski-in/Ski-out lodging, discount lift tickets, ski rentals. Your lodging option in Keystone are plentiful you can stay steps from the Gondola at River Run to just a short shuttle from the base.
Keystone Resort History
When Max Dercum founded Keystone back in 1970, along with his wife Edna, he knew how much fun it was to slide down snowy mountains on a pair of skis. He knew the feeling was even better with a smile on your face, next to friends and family, in a beautiful spot high above the rest of the world.
Along with the Dercums, Bill and Jane Bergman helped shape the Keystone we know and love today. Bill was the first president of the resort, and the inspiration for Bergman Bowl. Family, friends, and fun—that’s what Keystone has always been about.
Today, Keystone stretches seven miles along the Snake River, over three mountains, 3,128 vertical feet, 3,148 acres of terrain, and three vibrant villages with shops, stores, bars, acclaimed restaurants, first-rate conference facilities, and wonderful accommodations to meet any need. Keystone also has two world-class golf courses, renowned mountain biking terrain, horse stables, spas, and much, much more.
Keystone – The Largest Ski Resort in Summit County
Keystone, CO is proud to host the largest ski resort in all of Summit County. With 3 beautiful ski-able mountains, there are opportunities for fun for every age, skill level and adventurer.
Dercum Mountain is perfect for those who enjoy skiing on long greens and blues. If you are a beginner or intermediate skiier, Dercum Mountain is the mountain for you! If you enjoy tree-skiing, you can access The Windows for truly LEGENDARY tree-skiing adventures.
Do you enjoy a more bumpy ride? Hit up the North Peak for long runs and tons of bumps! If you are a more advanced skier, or you feel like you are ready to take on the challenge, North Peak will definitely satisfy. You will be greeted by a variety of intermediate blues and expert blacks. And after a long day on the slopes, you can enjoy a host of delicious dining options!
The Outback is the tallest mountain at Keystone. Brave the intermediate blues, expert blacks, long – well-groomed runs, powder and bumps, and twisting and turning tree-skiing.