Its ethereal beauty is only further punctuated by bluebird skies, a perfect high sun and mounds of powdered sugar.
We’ve spent a lot of time on mountains this winter—Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, Sierra and now Keystone—and it blows my mind how each one can be so unique, from the treeline to the shape of the slope to the backdrop.
The ski area is huge, too: With more than 3,000 acres of terrain, there are 135 trails to cover. How’s a girl to choose? In fact, if you made it all the way to the far peak, you’d be miles away from the River Run base!
Even better: Not only was the weather gorgeous and the ski possibilities endless (we didn’t even come near covering the whole mountain in our three days there), but we’d often go down a long, peaceful groomer and not see a single soul.
There’s much to say about our time in Colorado…stay tuned for more tales from the slopes next week!
Have you been to Keystone before? Were you as blown away by its beauty as we were?