- Tackle the A51 Terrain Park with your friends during a moonlit ride.
- Put a twist in a normal ski run by doing it at night, in the largest night skiing area in Colorado.
- Take the family up to Tubing at Adventure Park for some nighttime fun!
- A day pass to Keystone will give access to the entire night skiing area.
When the other lifts are closing and most others skiers are heading in to grab their aprés-ski drink and snack, there are some who stay out. There are even those who are just getting on the slopes for the first time, taking advantage of the lit slopes to get a few extra runs in.
Where to go Night Skiing
Keystone is the only location in Summit County to offer lighted night skiing. The River Run Gondola will take you up to the Summit House, where you can access the Tubing Hill, the A51 Terrain Park, or take some runs in the largest night skiing area in Colorado.
A51 Terrain Park has everything to keep you interested, from the rails at Gold Rush Alley, the variety of features at Park Lane, or the monster kickers at Main Street. Best of all, the A51 park lift is open at night, giving you and your friends access until evening.
Tubing at Adventure Point is also open at night. Take the entire family to ride the snow tubes, then hop on the conveyor belt to head back up and do it all over again!
Rentals & Fees
Keystone, Colorado Night Skiing is available Wednesday through Saturday until 8pm, and until 6pm on Sunday. Be certain to check with the resort, however, because schedules can change from season to season.
Any full-day pass will allow access to night skiing. Inquire at the resort for prices of half-day, night-skiing, and tubing passes.
Ski shops throughout Keystone and the surrounding area will be able to provide you with any rental needs, including options for night skiing.
Hire a Guide
Having a tough time scheduling the lessons you need? Take one of the Group Lessons offered during Keystone night skiing.