18 June 2020

Vail Resorts’ Colorado Resorts to Open Summer Operations Starting on June 26 with Commitment to Employee and Guest Safety

Vail Resorts announced today that it will open summer operations at Keystone and Crested Butte on June 26, Vail and Beaver Creek on July 1, and Breckenridge to follow on July 4.
14 March 2020

Update on Vail Resorts Operations from CEO Rob Katz

As a global operator of 37 ski resorts, Vail Resorts is monitoring the rapidly evolving impacts of coronavirus (COVID-19) from all angles. Unwaveringly and without question, our top priority is the health and wellbeing of our guests and employees. We are fortunate to have strong partnerships with the communities where we operate and we are closely monitoring the statements and following the guidance and recommendations from local, state/provincial and federal health agencies on cases of COVID-19.
11 March 2020

Statement from Vail Resorts on Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Colorado

The health and wellbeing of our guests and employees is our top priority. As a part of that commitment, Vail Resorts is closely monitoring statements and updates from local, state and federal health agencies on cases of coronavirus (COVID-19), and we are following their guidance and recommendations. Our Colorado resorts are open and operating normally.
09 March 2020

Vail Resorts Takes Precautions for Coronavirus (COVID-19)

All Vail Resorts properties are operating normally. The health and wellbeing of our employees and guests is our top priority. As a part of that commitment, Vail Resorts is closely monitoring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization’s (WHO) statements regarding novel coronavirus (COVID-2019) and following the guidelines from these agencies, as well as from local health departments where we operate resorts in the United States, Canada and Australia.
13 December 2019

Keystone Resort Submits Proposal to Provide Lift-Served Bowl Skiing in Bergman and Erikson Bowls

Keystone Resort has submitted a proposal to the U.S. Forest Service to provide lift-served access to bowl skiing within the ski area’s operating boundary in the Bergman and Erikson Bowls. The proposal aligns with the resort’s Master Development Plan that was accepted in 2009, and if approved will greatly enhance the winter guest experience by leveraging under-utilized resort terrain and improving access to existing terrain that is currently only accessible via hiking and the resort’s cat skiing program.
23 October 2019

Keystone Resort set to Expand Skiing and Riding Across Two Peaks Starting Friday, Oct. 25

Keystone Resort announced today that it will open North Peak on Friday which will nearly double the resort’s total skiable acres for skiers and riders. With more than 80 acres across two peaks, and five lifts open, Keystone is offering diverse beginner and intermediate terrain.
11 October 2019

Keystone Positioned to be the First Ski Resort to Open in North America on Saturday, Oct. 12 – The Resort’s Earliest Opening in More Than 20 Years

Keystone Resort announced today that it will open for the 2019-20 winter season on Saturday, Oct. 12, the resort’s earliest opening in more than 20 years. Thanks to the investments in snowmaking and ideal early season temperatures, Keystone is positioned to be the first resort to open in North America.
26 September 2019

Vail Resorts Names Jody Churich New Keystone Resort General Manager

Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE: MTN) today announced that Jody Churich, previously senior director of skier services at Park City Mountain Resort, will assume the role of vice president and general manager at Keystone Resort, effective October 15. The appointment follows the August announcement that Geoff Buchheister would be transitioning from his role as Keystone’s general manager to serve as the new chief operating officer at Whistler Blackcomb in British Columbia, Canada.
17 September 2019

Vail Resorts has New Offerings and On-Mountain Upgrades to Enhance the Guest Experience

Temperatures are dropping, leaves are beginning to change and the hum of snowmaking is right around the corner. Incredible snow conditions provided Epic Pass holders with one of their longest Colorado ski seasons ever last year – Breckenridge only closed their lifts exactly 100 days ago – and, Vail Resorts is ready to ski again.