Been seeing a lot of people, like myself, wondering about the changes for Keystones preseason park. Found this.
"If you’ve been to Keystone on opening day, you’re likely familiar with the Spring Dipper trail. It’s an intermediate run along the eastern side of the mountain and in the past has always been the first run to open at the resort. This year we’re switching things up and introducing a completely new opening day terrain plan that we’re really excited about – focusing on the centrally-located Schoolmarm and Silver Spoon trails. Not only will this new plan allow us to offer an opening day ski and ride experience that is more accessible to a variety of guests, including our family guests, but it’s going to allow us to open and expand terrain more quickly and efficiently, including providing quicker access to the Mountain House base area, as well as our A51 terrain park. We’re hoping to open A51 a week or two following opening day and will be aiming to get access to Mountain House by Nov. 19th."
"One of the questions we get asked most frequently this time of year is “will Keystone have an early season terrain park?” The answer is yes, we do intend to offer early season terrain park features on opening day, however it is going to look different than in years past. Rather than building a park setup along the Ranger lift and dedicating resources to an area that will eventually be moved, this year we are looking to offer a few terrain park features for guests on opening day while primarily focusing our efforts and resources on getting the A51 terrain park area open as soon as possible."