Keystone Resort is one of the closest major resorts to the Denver area, an easy 90-minute drive from Denver International Airport. Part of Vail Resorts, Inc., Keystone is known for its more than 2,800 acres of skiing and riding terrain on three mountains, its snowcat skiing with Keystone Adventure Tours, one of the largest night parks in North America, award-winning restaurants, two golf courses, mountain bike park, and superior conference facilities. Keystone attracts both local and destination skiers and snowboarders. Challenging skiing abounds in the North Peak area. There are plenty of mogul runs. The resort is self-contained and easy to maneuver on skis or as a pedestrian in the village. ActivitiesSnowboarding: Snowboarding is available on all trails. The terrain park formerly known as Area 51 has undergone a massive overhaul. Last year, the terrain park got a new name (A51), a new location (Pack Saddle Bowl) and new features (new rails and a new Superpipe). The A51 Terrain Park tripled in size last season. The park continues to evolve this season with new fun boxes, more hits and a new beginner park called A51 Incubator. One thing that won't change is Keystone's bragging rights as Colorado's largest and only night park. It's one of the largest night parks in the country. Cross Country Profile: Unlimited miles of cross country terrain for dog sledding, sledding, snowboarding and sleigh riding.LodgingKeystone offers more than 1,500 lodging choices to fit almost any preference ranging from cozy bed-and-breakfast rooms and luxurious private homes to spacious mountain-comfort condos with gourmet kitchens. The Inn at Keystone, which is centrally located between River Run and Keystone Villages is Keystone's only "dog friendly" property and hosts the hot tubs with the best views - on top of the building! The resort is also home to the award-winning AAA Four-Diamond Keystone Lodge, a RockResorts and Preferred Hotel property. Keystone's lodging properties offer guests many amenities and service excellence. Every lodging guest that stays at a Keystone owned and operated property receives an Adventure Passport, loaded with one-time coupons for free activities and adventures throughout the resort. Winter RecreationKeystone Adventure Tours takes guests out to Keystone’s legendary high alpine bowls. Adventure Point at the top of Dercum Mountain offers tubing and snowbiking. Cross-country skiing, ice skating, sleigh riding, snowboarding, night skiing, fitness center are located at the area. Ice fishing, mountaineering, sledding and snowmobiling are nearby. Other activities include wine tastings, horse-drawn sleigh dinner rides, yoga, and NASTAR.