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How To Get To Keystone

Keystone Ski Resort is located 90 miles (144 km) west of Denver International Airport (DEN) and 72 miles (115 km) from downtown Denver, Colorado.

Flying into Denver International Airport (DEN)

Denver International Airport offers over 750 daily flights from 180 destinations, 20 of which are international, and is a nonstop destination for over 21 national and international carriers. Denver International Airport has daily airport transfers to Keystone.

Flying In From Eagle County Airport (EGE)

Eagle County Airport is 65 miles (104 km) west of Keystone, Colorado, and offers non-stop flights from Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, New York/JFK, Phoenix, Toronto, and Washington D.C. Eagle County Regional Airport to Keystone requires a private charter.

Airport Transfer And Shuttle Services To Keystone Resort

The easiest way to fly into Denver and take a shuttle to Keystone is to fly into Denver Airport. From Denver Airport, you can catch a group transfer or private shuttle. All you need to do, once you arrive and collect your bags is head to the Shuttle Guest Services area in the Main Terminal of Denver Airport. SkiBooking.com can arrange all of your shuttle transfers for you.

If you fly into Eagle County Regional Airport on a commercial plane or private jet, there are private shuttles and private car service to get you to Keystone, and we can arrange this for you.

Driving To Keystone From Denver

Travel west on I-70. Take exit 205 toward Silverthorne/Dillon, Colorado. At the end of the exit ramp, turn left (east) onto Highway 6. Travel 6.2 miles (10 km) to Keystone Resort.

If you do drive to the resort Keystone, once there, you can take advantage of the free in-resort transportation system.

Map showing rout to drive from Denver International Airport to Keystone Ski Resort

 

Checking In To Keystone

There are two check-in areas for Keystone Resort and we will inform you as to which one you check into. It will either be at the Keystone Reception Center or Keystone Lodge & Spa.

Parking At Keystone

There are paid and free parking options at Keystone through the resort. If you are a lodging guest there is one complimentary parking spot per unit booked through SkiBooking.com, which is included with your lodging. Some select properties have additional spots. There is no overnight camping allowed in any of the parking lots listed below.

River Run – Walk To Skiing

River Run Gondola Lot – Free Parking

There is free parking available in River Run Gondola Lot. There are also Family Parking preferred spots upfront if skiing with kids under 12 years old. These family spots are on a first come first served basis. This lot fills up on busy days and weekends by around 10 am.

Gold Bug – Pay Parking

There is paid day and overnight parking.

Mountain House – Walk To Skiing

Mountain House West A & B – Pay Parking

This lot offers paid day and overnight parking and is steps away from the Mountain House Base Area and leaning Discovery Lift and is a short walk to the Mountain House Kids Ski School.

Mountain House East D – Free

There is free day parking and paid overnight parking available and this is the closest free lot to the Mountain House Base Area.

Mountain House E – Free

There is free day and paid overnight parking with preferred upfront spots for families traveling with kids under 12 years old on a first come basis.

Shuttle Parking Lots

North Shuttle – Free

These lots are used as overflow and to find the North Shuttle Lot you follow the highway signage. There are free shuttles that run you to the mountain base area every 10 – 15 minutes.

Powerline – Free

These lots are also used as overflow and to find the Powerline Lot you follow the highway signage. There are free shuttles that run you to the mountain base area every 10 – 15 minutes.

Lodge & Spa And Lakeside Village Parking

This parking is located directly across the highway from Keystone Lodge. There is an underground pedestrian walkway for your safety to access the Lakeside Village, Adventure Center, Keystone Ice Rink, the Keystone Spa, and Bighorn Bistro & Bar.

Getting Around Keystone

There is a free shuttle service that takes you around Keystone. The multi-coloured system has shuttles running every 15 – 20 minutes.

Other Things To Know

Keystone is one of a handful of ski resorts located in Summit County, Colorado. It is famous for being a family friendly resort, offering the largest night skiing in Colorado which makes it a great family vacation. The easiest way to get there is via Denver Airport. There are daily shuttle services to Keystone from Denver Airport.

There are different villages to stay in at Keystone including East Keystone, Lakeside Village, Mountain House, North Keystone, River Run Village, and West Keystone. After your flight lands in Denver, one of the ways to get to Keystone is with Epic Mountain Express, and we can arrange this for you. Colorado Springs Municipal Airport is located 109 miles from Keystone. In the summer, Keystone is a popular Summit County destination for mountain biking, accessed hiking trails, and the lakes.

There is a cat shuttle service from North Peak to get you fresh turns. As Keystone is managed by Vail Resorts you can earn Epic Mountain Rewards if you have an Epic Pass. There is free public transportation in Keystone Village.