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Amazing Keystone Colorado

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Standing peaks Keystone pure mountain over 12,000 feet, I looked with amazement on the surrounding landscape. I went to Colorado many times and each time he gives me time to raise my Midwestern sensibility of the Rockies. Initially, the sapphire blue sky and white snow mountain incredibly surprised and delighted me. I had been aloft for a day and you're ready, breathing almost normally for a full day slopes at Keystone.

My presentation this trip was a comfortable apartment in Frisco, Colorado. We had only a short 15 minutes to Keystone Montezuma parking at the base of River Run Village. It was the Tuesday after a busy holiday Presidents Day, and luck did not seem too world at 8:30 am. We drove our group Keystone Sports, where the director, Chris, we created a pair of skis for the day. The mountain been the company and Chris recommends a set of 174cm skis K2-Apache-Sport. This proved to be an excellent choice, but it holds well and has ran quickly into the hair, and was lively and nimble in the bumps. Chris told me that if turned to dust, I had to exchange a pair of powder skis wider. Conditions stay more or less the same for a couple of days, so failed to prove their choice of powder. Via River Run Village or two days later, he stopped to say hello Keystone Sports. As we talked about skiing a little, Chris was Tony, a ski technician, put a new coat of wax on my skis. Like a service organization.

At the base of River Run ski maintenance are two of the main facade of the mountain. The River Run Gondola and Summit Express high speed quad lift. Early in the morning waiting for the car can be a bit long, that day was only about 5 minutes. But there was absolutely no wait for the quad, so we approached and managed. The peak of Dercum Mountain (11,640 feet) is a busy place, six different lifts / gondolas are all at this point. Again event is the Summit Room a large building with the comforts and facilities for skiers who need food, rest or biological recovery.

As we prepared for Tuesday, I had the chance to meet people in the resort of Keystone. We met with the Media Coordinator Lindsey Wagner Fussenegger and Spencer, a mountain guide experts in the ubiquitous Starbucks. I spoke with Lindsey & Spencer for a while as other members my group were his passes and ski hire. Were encouraged to understand their attitude toward "the mountain". Lindsey spoke enthusiastically about outstanding programs (ski school, "Play-IT-safe" Betty Fest, etc.) and was particularly proud of world-class chefs running Keystone upscale restaurants. Both offer a ski with our group in the morning, and I could not refuse the opportunity to gain an insider's perspective. When the rest of my group arrived, we met our team and addressed the elevators.

We Spencer through space and completed right after another assailant called Whipsaw blue. We skied the race for a moment, then Spencer stopped to talk for a moment. "What is different about the conditions here, "he said. None of us can identify how the career is different from the previous one. Spencer explains that on this side the facade is widely used for the ski school and race here is twofold fixed. Drivers Snow Cat establish their preparation sheets extra deep for a pass, then run do more preparation with their blades at the usual depth. The result is a ready to run almost like a new ski slope with snow. Basically we took the elevator and four more still in our first race, adding the speed of a little more and make fewer stops.

Laura Spencer and we wanted a good overview of Keystone shortly. In this spirit, began towards the Outback zone. The most convenient route started from Summit House has long called Mozart. Mozart (my rough estimate using a roadmap) something just over 2 miles long. It's like the highway to cross Keystone ski. We leave our tips to start something free and Mozart completed in time to play the first allegro concert celebrating Mozart's Clarinet own.

We are the bottom of the Santiago Express lift, he boarded and went to the top. Here elevation northern tip is 11,660. Now, we zigzag our way and down to the Outback. The views are always spectacular lifts and runs file. Not quite the Outback, however, fell into a career to call ahead as we begin our final approach to the Outback. Anticipation was running half and half bumps groomer today, and I liked it very much the opportunity to enter the rolls open and test my knee. Now the sun was high in the sky and the radiant heat that is always surprising that Colorado's sunny winter days.

In the bottom of anticipation, we are about to travel in the Outback Express lift. 11.980 feet of options at the top of the Outback Elevator in size. To my right and extreme left are a lot of black diamond will offer shocks, permeates preparation, and tree skiing. This including the Black Forest is leading a guerrilla and Grizz, and Pica, Wolverine, and forest fires. Immediately point out phase of the lift is a selection of securities whose blues Oh Bob, Elk Run, Cimarron, and Porcupine. In the middle of the Porcupine and Pica is an amazing forest of tall pines that offer a magnificent playground. In the days that everyone skied Keystone this land has been riding powder starting new trees have been protected, apparently only for me. From the top of the Outback, Spencer noted that he could clearly see the side peaks and ski season extends to many of Breckenridge. At this stage it is clear miles removed from our point of departure for River Run Keystone, we were much closer to the town Breckenridge.

Lindsey and Spencer left us as we explore the Outback. The area offers many options and, well executed by a single quad high speed there was no lift lines! There, we skied almost without interruption, free, and harassed. It is difficult to imagine a day of skiing is much better there. It is clearly in my ski days memorable favorites.

After a multitude of careers in the Outback we We stopped for lunch in the northern tip at the top of the Wayback fixed speed quad lift. A short break was in order, but still had a few gas for the rest of the day. North Peak working the front skied several runs black and blue Star Fire, Last Alamo, Bullet, and Ambush. The sun warm afternoon, but the snow was still with the company and the light, we find no ice or open face. Bontemps in cabin the bottom of the Saint-Jacques-Express is always a place for fun afternoon of relaxation. There was no established network of volleyball and a golf iron horse with steel poles. neon pink shoes allowed better game, we made our way towards the village of River running through the Express to extend Ruby Dercum Mountain. It was nearly 16 o'clock when we crossed the bridge of the city and jumped out of our ski equipment. We were almost nowhere, but had a remarkable day in the mountains of Keystone.

Not many places in Nice, after skiing in River Run, but he was elected Eyes Parrot, a Jimmy Buffet on the theme of margarita and burrito hot spot. The place was full of people who had spent the day on the mountain and went to get a drink and some nachos. They specialize in tropical drinks cold, but they were more than willing to make me a hot chocolate brandy mixed with mint, my traditional after-ski drink. That day in the eyes of Parrot was a guy who runs a karaoke setup and good and bad singers participated enthusiastically. I was particularly amused when two young girls of 12 years began belting the anthem of rock Joan Jett "I Love Rock-n-Roll. "If it had been a" guitar hero "by, I'm sure others have also joined. The payment of a respectable tribute Visit Jett to 1981 free vinyl, Force did a good job keeping the tone and rhythm.

Keystone is a wonderful place to ski close to home one million visitors each year. They have an excellent ski school and run some very interesting programs, including Betty Fest Keystone program Ski for women only, one of the first programs in the industry to cater exclusively to women with specific technical training, workshops, equipment specific women and pink boas. They also perform a "Play It Safe" is a program designed to connect, inform and implement basics of skiing responsible, respectful and snowboarding as indicated on the responsibility of the skier and the Code of Colorado Skier Safety Act. Receive in other fun activities, such as La Carrera del Rio Mardi Gras Street Party and Parade (05 February), the Blues and BBQ Festival (March 29), the Volcom Peanut Butter and Rail Jam (12 April), and other events throughout the season.

Keystone also received the green light to have the best night skiing in America North. Its happening every day can keep the mountain up to 21 hours every day depending on the season. And from the 2006 season is not available national return surprising in a bowl of Keystone Ski Independence. Day access to expert ski area only on the snow-cat. If there is a feeling remotely a day of backcountry cat skiing comes with powder skis, lunch 4 star chef prepared, and a mountain guide. family reputation Keystone is well deserved and well maintained, but there really is something for everyone from rank beginners to experts with more experience.


Elevation: Base level: 9,300 feet Summit: 12,408 feet Vertical: 3128 feet

Snow Snowmaking: 684 acres, the average falls Annual Snow: 230 inches

Total area: 3148 acres Number of titles: 121 Number Night skiing: 15, Number Terrain Parks: 2, Number of tubes: 2 miles of trails available: 81, Nordic Trails Available: 16 km km packaged groomed/57

Total KeystoneMountain difficult terrain easy Northpeak Outback 19% 32% 27% 0% 32% More Difficult 51% 52% 20% 49% More Difficult 17% 21% 80%

Lifts: 20, high-speed gondolas: 2, elevator, high speed six: 1, high-speed quad chairlifts: 5, Quad Chairlift: 1 chairlift triple, 1 double chairlift: 3 Surface Lifts: 1, Pad: 6

Resort statistics: The accommodation units – 1500, Restaurants – 34 stores – 30, Golf Course – 2
Grocery – 2 liquor stores – 3, microbreweries – 1, Passport Adventure Activities: 13

640 feet altitude) is a busy place, six different lifts / gondolas all come to this point. Also in this case is the Summit House building with a large comfort and equipment for skiers who need food, rest or biological recovery. We have followed the lead of Spencer and put on a groomer Blue called The Flying Dutchman. Despite the modest crowd that race is a lot of traffic. We heat a rare part of the bottom right we saw a roadblock near Snow seems orange glow created the blockage of the race was cut to the right. Spencer in the race stopped and told us the guide indicates an entry towards a career in the ski school called Ripperoo road. Almost hidden in the tree at the top of the fence was opened remotely approximately 10 feet wide. Spencer has given us the first lesson of the day: snow fences can ski while legally not can be completed running.

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