Located 90 miles west of Denver International Airport (DEN) Keystone is among Colorado’s most accessible full-service resorts. DEN is a non-stop destination for more than 21 domestic and international airlines. Keystone is also just 65 miles away from Vail/Eagle County Airport (EGE) with direct flights from Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinatti, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York, Newark and Philadelphia. Also located nearby, Colorado Springs Municipal Airport is 109 miles from Keystone. Generally speaking, flying into Denver is the most affordable bet.Once you’ve landed at your chosen airport, you have a slew of shuttle services and rental car options to choose from. To book your flights, call, or chat, with a Ski.com Mountain Vacation Specialist. They can make this an easy and painless experience, saving you from countless hours of pricing research. They can also book any shuttle services or rental cars.
If you’ve opted for a rental car, head south, following signs for I-70 West. Take the ramp onto Pena Boulevard. Continue for 11 miles. Merge onto I-70 West. Drive for 78 miles. Take exit 205 for CO-9 North toward US-6 East/Silverthorne/Dillon. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Silverthorne. Turn left onto Blue River Parkway. Continue onto US-6 East, drive for another seven and a half miles. Keystone resort will be on your right.
From the airport head west toward Eldon Wilson Road. Take a left onto Eldon Wilson Road. Take the first left onto Cooley Mesa Road. Drive for a little over a mile. Turn right onto US-6 East. At the traffic circle, continue straight onto Grand Avenue. At the next traffic circle take the third exit onto Eby Creek Road. Turn right to merge onto I-70 East and drive for 59 miles. Take exit 205 for US-6 E/CO-9 North toward Silverthorne/Dillon. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Silverthorne and merge onto US-6 East. Drive for seven and a half miles. Keystone resort will be on your right.
From the airport, you have two options I-25 North to I-70 W, exiting at 205 for US-6 E/CO-9 North toward to Silverthorne/Dillon. Or, you can jump US-24 W to CO-9 N, which is about 15 minutes slower than the former route, but is an incredibly drive.
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