30% off KAT Skiing at Keystone

Get a full day of guided skiing with lunch for $225.
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Guided Snowcat Tours: Access to Backcountry-Type Terrain and Pristine Conditions

Experience The Keystone Adventure Tour (KAT) which provides skiers and riders access to nearly 300 acres of Keystone’s most challenging terrain in Independence Bowl through a guided snowcat tour. Participants receive an all-inclusive, red carpet experience that includes: A full day of backcountry skiing and snowboarding in Keystone’s three bowls with expert guides and a catered, gourmet lunch in the new Independence Yurt prepared by the award-winning chefs at Keystone. Lunch includes: a buffet with an array of natural meats, cheeses, fresh artisan breads, salads homemade soups and delicious desserts. The KAT program is the largest snow cat operation in Summit County Colorado and it allows advanced skiers and riders to experience pristine backcountry-type conditions in a controlled and guided environment without a strenuous, high-altitude hike.

Limited Time Offer - 30% Off Guided Cat Ski Tours

Hurry, must book by January 16, 2009.

$225 retail including lift ticket & lunch, you save $67.50.

Valid Sunday through Thursday all season.

Subject to availability, six person minimum.

For reservations, call




16.  Keystone, Colorado


Keystone’s 2,870 acres and three peaks offer everything from the tame to the teeth-rattling.

Same time (8:45 am), same red box (Jackson Hole tram), same familiar faces (local skiers) standing with fat skis on the dock. A packed line is an expected event with record snowfall and 160” base up high. But a few things were not normal for a ski day: green grass below, flowers gamely attempting to proclaim summer, and oh yeah, it was May 28th. The Jackson Hole tram re-opened for summer tourism, but spent most of the day ferrying skiers up high and shooing them out the backcountry gates (inbounds skiing is prohibited during summer tram service).

Summer Skiing off the Tram

Jackson Hole’s tram opened back up for summer tourism this weekend and skiers took advantage of the access to the 160 inches of snow that still hasn't melted.