Keystone Nordic Skiing & Snowshoeing
Looking to try something a bit different on your Keystone vacation? Not only is Keystone great for downhill skiing and snowboarding, but the area is also great for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. All of these exciting outdoor activities are within a couple of miles from each other, so you don’t have to choose just one!
Keystone Nordic Center
Not only does the Keystone Nordic Center offers over 9 miles of Keystone Nordic trails and snowshoeing, but their staff provides guided hikes and/or lessons too. One of the two Keystone tubing hills is also located at the Keystone Nordic Center.
After a day exploring the wintery landscapes, head to the Nordic Soup Bistro for a satisfying warm lunch. The Keystone Nordic Center also offers beer, wine, and snacks for those looking for libations. The Nordic Center is open from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, seven days a week.
The Nordic Center is just one place to go for Keystone Cross Country Skiing. Looking to take the road less traveled? The White River National Forest offers endless options for cross-country skiing near Keystone. While the trails may not be perfectly groomed like the track at the Nordic Center, they surely make up for it with the scenery and wildlife. Pack a lunch and some drinks, grab your skis, and head out on your new favorite Keystone Nordic trail.
If you are wanting to go snowshoeing in Keystone, your options are even greater. If you can walk it, you can snowshoe it! Explore the forest after a fresh snow to experience peaceful serenity and beautiful wildlife. Norski Sport Rental offers snowshoe rental in Keystone and Wildernest Sports has additional options in Dillon, less than ten minutes away.