ABOUT Aspen Snowmass
Located in Colorado you’ll find the historic resort town Aspen Snowmass. Aspen is made up of two towns and four separate ski resorts; Aspen Mountain, Snowmass; Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk Mountain. 1 lift pass allows access to all these resorts with a free shuttle that runs between Aspen and the ski areas. The four ski areas are made up of a combined 2,300 hectares, 336 marked trails that run up to 8 km long, 43 lifts, 8 terrain parks, multiple halfpipes, wide groomed trails, powder bowls, moguls, tree runs and backcountry catering to all different levels. With a large variety of hotels, condos, lodges, bed and breakfast and vacation rentals to suit all budgets. Offering over 120 restaurant options, frequent Colorado dry powder and great terrain you can understand why Aspen Snowmass attracts the crowds.
Aspen Snowmass AccommodationAspen's popularity is certainly reflected in the amount of accommodation choices on offer from downtown hotels in Aspen to ski-in/ski-out condos in Snowmass. We can help you find the perfect property for you and here are some places we recommend.
Ski PackagesFully customisable Aspen ski packages that can include any of the following; flights, accommodation, lift passes, ski hire and more. Request a quote today!
Aspen Snowmass DiningAspen Snowmass offers an abundance of dining and nightlife options. From a vibrant après ski scene, to casual dining spots to Michelin-starred fine dining options, Aspen truly has it all. Check out some of our recommendations.
How to get to
Aspen SnowmassAspen is best accessed via Denver International Airport and then you have a few options for getting to the resort. Find out what option is best for you.
Aspen Snowmass Trail MapsAspen Snowmass is made up of four separate resorts; Aspen Mountain, Snowmass, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk Mountain.
Featured Aspen Snowmass Articles
First Snow Has Fallen and Resorts are Open!
As the mountains across the Northern Hemisphere are starting to disappear under a blanket of snow, ski enthusiasts around the world are starting to dust off their gear, in preparation for those first powder turns! In Japan, Niseko [...]
2023-2024 North American Snow Season Outlook- What We May See in an El Niño Year
Aimee Engerbretson during a deep day at Palisades Tahoe last December. Last season was a record year for the Sierras and in an El Niño year above average snow totals are likely again this season Photo: Jeff Engerbretson Mountainw [...]
Aspen Snowmass – Your Ultimate Travel Guide
Exploring Aspen Snowmass If you’re searching for a premier ski destination, world wide, look no further than Aspen Snowmass in Colorado. In this travel guide, we’ll reveal the top reasons to plan your skiing or snowboa [...]
2022-2023 North American Snow Season Outlook – December Update: Early Season Storms Give Way to More Settled Period
Bernie Rosow enjoying some early season powder in the trees at Mammoth Mountain which has received 152cms so far this December and there’s more in the short term forecast. Photo: Christian Pondella Mountainwatch | The Grassho [...]
World Snow Wrap, Dec 3rd – Finally, Fresh Snow in Europe and Japan, Dumping in the US and Canada
Megan Dingham living the dream in Alta on Tuesday after 43cms of light powder. Photo: Rocko Menzyk Mountainwatch | Reggae Elliss The northern hemisphere winter is starting to settle in and there have been some good snowfalls acr [...]
2022-2023 North American Snow Season Outlook – More Snow up North, Less Down South and Everything in-between
Deep early season turns in Mammoth last Friday after the storm dropped 170cms. Photo: Andrew Miller Mountainwatch | The Grasshopper After a couple of stormy weeks, North America has exploded into the northern snow season with [...]
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