Keystone, A-Basin passholders have spring access to Breckenridge Ski Resort this season | SummitDaily.com

Keystone, A-Basin passholders have spring access to Breckenridge Ski Resort this season

People who own a Keystone Resort-Arapahoe Basin Ski Area season pass can now ski Breckenridge Ski Resort, shown here during the Spring Shred on March 26, for the remainder of the 2018-19 ski season.
Andrew Maguire / Breckenridge Ski Resort

Keystone Resort has closed for the season, but the people who own a Keystone-Arapahoe Basin season pass can continue skiing, not only A-Basin, but Breckenridge Ski Resort, as well.

After this season, Keystone Resort and the Arapahoe Basin Ski Area are breaking a longstanding partnership that allowed Keystone’s season pass holders to ski A-Basin in addition to Keystone.

Following the close of the 2018-19 ski season at Keystone Resort, however, its pass holders are now getting a taste of what’s in store for next winter with Breckenridge Ski Resort now open to the Keystone, A-Basin pass for the remainder of the 2018-19 season. Earlier this year, Breckenridge Ski Resort announced its intentions to run lifts up until the Memorial Day Weekend.

Additionally, the new Keystone Plus Pass is no on sale for the 2019-20 ski season. It will offer skiers and riders unlimited access to Keystone with holiday restrictions, spring skiing at Breckenridge after April 1 and five days at Crested Butte, again with some holiday restrictions.

The Keystone Plus Pass is currently priced at $369 for adults and includes 10 buddy tickets when purchased by April 14.


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