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About Arapahoe Basin, Keystone

Arapahoe Basin (often shortened as A-Basin, or simply The Basin) is an alpine ski area in the Rocky Mountains of the United States, in the White River National Forest of Colorado. Arapahoe Basin is known for its extended season—usually staying open until early June, and sometimes into early July, whereas most other northern ski areas close in early April. Arapahoe Basin is located south of Loveland Pass on U.S. Highway 6 in Summit County.


Overview of Arapahoe Basin

Welcome to the page of Arapahoe Basin. This is a place of interest in the city of Keystone in United States. Arapahoe Basin is not generally crowded with tourists and visitors.

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  • Great skiing. Ski patrol are not such jerks like at Keystone. This place was better when the parking lots were open to camping. Don't you just hate lawyers! They sue for any little incident causing the rest of us to have less access to cool places.

  • Super super fun ski experience. I have been living in Malaysia & Singapore almost the entire time, Never knew about spring ski. It was so amazing for me to driving up a mountain that was warm yet still see snow. The instructor os patient and helpful. Managed to ski at the beginner lane on our own after one hour of training.

  • Nothing compares to The Legend. Consistently has the longest non-glacier season in the Northern Hemisphere and as part of the Epic pass is eminently accessible. Conditions change rapidly which make it a very interesting place to ski. Excellent, friendly staff.

  • I went here for the first time this past weekend with 4 others. 3 of my friends were from out of town and wanted to give skiing a try. I felt A-basin was a good place for this due to the resort being smaller in nature and the ticket pricing being very affordable. It had great beginner runs at the bottom of the mountain and had a good variety of other terrain for those with more advanced skills. The snow was awesome because it had been snowing all week, but even if it had not they do groom a lot of their runs so it is good for spring skiing. Will definitely be going back!

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  • Brought some friends from TN here for a few days of skiing and it was an amazing experience. Good vibes all around at this place! Can't wait to come back.

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