DENVER — Keystone Resort will be the third spot in Colorado running lifts for the start of its ski season beginning Friday.
The resort opens at 9 a.m. with 40 acres of terrain and nearly two miles of trail.
It's SNOW TIME! Buckle your boots and strap in for the ride. We are kicking off the ski and ride season at Keystone tomorrow at 9 a.m. with 40 acres of terrain and nearly 2 miles of trail! pic.twitter.com/60uieDf3QR— Keystone Resort (@KeystoneMtn) October 21, 2021
Here’s when the rest of the resorts anticipate opening. Note: Some resorts and hills may open sooner than expected or later than announced depending on snow conditions.
- Nov. 12: Breckenridge Ski Resort and Vail Mountain
- Nov. 17: Winter Park Resort
- Nov. 19: Eldora Mountain
- Nov. 20: Purgatory Resort and Steamboat Ski Resort
- Nov. 22: Copper Mountain
- Nov. 24: Beaver Creek Resort and Crested Butte Mountain Resort
- Nov. 25: Silverton Mountain, Aspen Mountain, Snowmass and Telluride Ski Resort
- Nov. 26: Powderhorn Mountain Resort
- Dec. 8: Cooper
- Dec. 10: Sunlight Mountain Resort
- Dec. 11: Granby Ranch, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk
- Dec. 17: Kendall Mountain Ski Area
Loveland Ski Area is anticipating a mid-October to early-November opening.
Lee’s Ski Hill typically opens around Dec. 20, and Chapman Hill Ski Area usually opens in December.
Monarch Mountain, Echo Mountain, Howelsen Hill Ski Area, Lake City Ski Hill, Cranor Ski Hill and Hesperus Ski Area have not announced opening dates.