A lift ticket cost just five dollars when Keystone opened forty years ago. An adult ticket this weekend will set you back as much as $67 (order online for best discounts), but instead of the four lifts on the hill in 1970, you now get access to twenty lifts and 3,148 skiable acres, including North Peak (which opened in 1986), The Outback (1990) and Independence Bowl (2006). “If I hopped into the hot-tub time machine to 1970, I think I would see some really cool hair and some really funky ski gear,” says Keystone spokesman Ryan Whaley (born in 1978). “I might even recognize some people, because one of the neat things about Keystone is that there are a lot of folks who were skiing here in 1970 who are still skiing here, and some of the original employees are still... More >>>