I am planning a trip to Keyston over Valentine's Day. While I've been skiing before, I'm not really comfortable with my abilities. Can you tell me which of the blue runs are easier and which, if any, I should avoid? I have heard that many of the blue runs at Keystone are like black runs at other resorts. Thanks very much!!
We have a 3 bedroom condo located in the Mountain House base area of Keystone. Walk across the street and you're skiing! Ski/board rental, ski school, night skiing, the new terrain park, and the children's center are all in Mountain House. After a day of excitement, relax in the outdoor hot tub, swim in the indoor pool, sit in the sauna, or walk to dining and entertainment in either the new River Run or Keystone village. Nightly rates start at150.00 during ski season. For more information, please visit our web page at /10037.
What family lodging do you recommend near the slopes. Either walking to the lift or riding the free shuttle. Less than150/nt with a nice jacuzzi on the premises.
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