Keystone Resort schedules virtual auction to sell trail signs to the public |

Keystone Resort schedules virtual auction to sell trail signs to the public

A rider looks at the North Peak sign at Keystone Resort. Keystone recently announced that the resort will host an online silent auction featuring 39 trail signs and an old double chair from the Argentine lift. The auction starts at noon April 8.
Katie Young/Keystone Resort

Keystone Resort is giving the public a chance to own a piece of history. The resort plans to host a virtual auction for retired trail signs April 8.

The silent auction includes 39 trail signs from across the mountain in addition to one of the original Argentine double-chairs that was removed from the mountain last spring.

All of the bidding for trail signs start at $25. The minimum bid for the Argentine double-chair is set at $150. All of the proceeds from the event will benefit the EpicPromise Foundation, which provides grants to Vail Resorts employees who may be in need.

The auction goes live at noon April 8 and closes 24 hours later.

It is recommended that participants preregister prior to the auction so that a bid can immediately be waged when the auction goes live.

More information about the auction can be found at

Breckenridge Ski Resort is in the process of planning an auction featuring chairs from the old Rip’s Ride lift. Details on the auction are still being finalized and will be announced at a later date.

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