Created by amjohnson on September 27, 2005
This is a really nice and neat ski town. It is easy to get to from the Denver airport and has lots to offer.
Created by mlmeredith on September 21, 2005
We're still neophytes when it comes to skiing, so any of my observations here should be read with that in mind. By this trip we had made four visits to Keystone, all around Thanksgiving.
Created by Wazzy22 on March 10, 2005
I went with three friends on a 6-day trip to Keystone, Colorado, for some snowboarding. Along the way we enjoyed some awesome food and fun winter activities, like snowmobiling and tubing.
Created by Sheeela on March 6, 2005
Keystone was a blast! Initially reluctant, I feared that after skiing Vail/Beaver Creek I would find Keystone "small or unfulfilling." I was wrong… so wrong! My son and I loved the terrain, which presented plenty of challenges, particularly in the Outback where single and double diamonds prevail!!
Created by Almost 40 on February 27, 2005
Is it the relentless pitch? Is it the trees? Is it the bumps? Is it the endless nooks and crannies? Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes!
Created by davidtraill on February 17, 2005
We went west to Breckenridge for our 2005 ski vacation, spending a fabulous week at Breckenridge and Keystone trying to hit all the runs we could, with hardly anything but glowing reports for everything we came into contact with.
Created by PLWM on January 24, 2005
There was only moderate snow cover, but it was warm and sunny, making for spring-like skiing.
Watch out for snafus related to special lift ticket promotions, slowing down ticket sales windows.
Great breakfasts at Blue Moose
Great martinis at Blue River Bistro
Great pasta at Rasta Pasta
Created by Hotdoggies on January 20, 2005
Breckenridge is a honey of a town and a fine place for riders and skiers alike. Even if you don't ski, come for the atmosphere, and while you're there, take a lesson and ski, baby!
Created by whatthehell on January 18, 2005
This is the closest destination to Colorado Springs. There is a poor selection of quality restaurants, but this area is great for beginners and intermediates. It is okay for the advanced.
Created by legokid50 on August 31, 2004
A journal about our great spring trip to Keystone, CO.