Keystone Spring BreakAs we wind down a snowy and successful February, we are all looking forward to spring break and spring skiing. The activities in and around Keystone are still in full swing and offer something for everyone.Kidtopia runs their daily schedule until April 5 with great fun for the kids each and every day. This absolutely awesome Kids Center will keep kids busy all day either on the slopes or in the Kidtopia Headquarters.
The Scavenger Hunt is always a challenge and promises a lot of exploring around the mountain to find the many hidden tricks! After a day of skiing Cookie Time, Meet the Avy Dogs or the Bigfoot Adventure offer a lot of fun for those youngsters with boundless energy. Stop by Kidtopia Headquarters to see what they have in store for you each day! In addition to skiing, Summit County offers a wide variety of outdoor activities for all ages.
The Frisco Adventure Park offers Tubing for a variety of levels, Nordic skiing and sleigh rides. Planning in advance for a day at the Adventure Park is easy with their online reservation system which avoids long lines and waiting in the cold.
For the adults who are looking for some evening entertainment this Spring, The Warren Station in River Run has two spectacular events coming up. March 12 will be Head for the Hills, a Colorado band playing a unique blend of acoustic music. Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 at the door. The show begins at 8:00 PM.
On March 19 the Warren Station will be hosting the Ultimate 80s party with the 6 Million Dollar Band. This show is suitable for all ages. Tickets are available for standing room only. Price is $9.43 The show begins at 8:30 PM. Please check for the Warren Station website for tickets ordering information. Spring Break is Summit is an absolute delight ! With longer warmer days ahead, today is the day to book your stay with Key to the Rockies!