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    Keystone Mtn Lift Tickets

    How much does it cost for a summer lift pass to downhill there? Are there any coupons around? Does it matter if i have the colorado pass?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikebum
    How much does it cost for a summer lift pass to downhill there? Are there any coupons around? Does it matter if i have the colorado pass?

    Thanks!
    From Keystone's Website...

    Location: River Run base area - Summit Express chairlift
    Dates: Daily June 16 - Sept. 10, Sept. 16-17
    Times: 10am - 5pm
    Price*:
    Season Passes -
    Keystone Only Haul Pass:
    $249 - Purchase by July 3
    $269 - Purchased after July 3

    Daily Tickets -
    One run: $15
    Unlimited runs: $29
    One run, Child/Senior: $9
    Unlimited runs, Child/Senior: $18
    Colorado/Buddy/SkE card holders - Buy 1 get 1 Free (same day use)

    * All prices & times subject to change at any time. Trail conditions and opening weather dependant.

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    can you ride your bike up and down for free? how about public showers, any of those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crayfish McCorduroy
    can you ride your bike up and down for free? how about public showers, any of those?
    Yes, you can ride up for free. Showers? I don't remember any at all.

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    Showers? haven't found any yet. We camp up there and ride XC quite a bit. There is a nice swimming hole in the snake river to clean the dirt off with. Not quite a shower, but extremely refreshing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crayfish McCorduroy
    can you ride your bike up and down for free? how about public showers, any of those?
    I wouldn't ride UP if they paid me. (shakes head)
    let's roll

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